On Thursday 18th Oct, Black Honey took to the stage in what could be one the most beautiful venues I’ve ever had the pleasure of being in.
From start to finish, frontwoman Izzy B’s stage presence was electrifying, enthralling the crowd with her enchanting vocals and effortlessly cool dance moves.
Kicking the show off with ‘I Only Hurt the Ones I Love’, the setlist was a journey through the band’s discography, playing tunes both old and new. A particular crowd pleaser was ‘Spinning Wheel’, the whole venue erupting into one giant mosh pit. Another memorable favourite was ‘Corrine’, the entire audience singing along to every word was magical. The band ended the set with ‘Midnight’ – the anthemic pop song was the perfect finish, setting the venue off like an explosion of confetti.
And of course, I can’t forget to mention, the rest of the band. Guitarist Chris, bassist Tommy, and drummer Tom are all highly talented – and they don’t get the praise enough…!
The overall show was just as cinematically pleasing as their album – from the neon signs to the bright lighting, its clear the band put just as much effort into their stage set up as they do with their music.
Every time I see Black Honey I am in awe… and it won’t be long before they’re playing much, much bigger venues.