Autumn isn’t exactly a particularly sunny season, but psychedelic croon pop band Honey Moon have the perfect antidote to your winter blues. Made up of 4 boys from London, Honey Moon, whose name is a description of their sound in itself (honey = sweet and sugary, moon = psychedelia) is a lazy-day, indie rock dream. Their writing process is similar to that of a Pokemon evolution (more on that below), and results in falsetto overlays, sighing vocals, slow-paced and punctuated percussion and expansive guitar riffs.
Their newest release “Best In Town / Summer Days” marks Honey Moon as one of the most chilled bands on the British indie scene. The honest, innocent lyrics of “Best In Town” are layered over an undercurrent of calypso beats, a shuffling rhythm section and jammy guitars, while “Summer Days” is a 6-minute long extravaganza of doo-wop choruses moving into deeper, darker sections.