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Indie Rock Band Black Honey Releases New Album, ‘A Fistful of Peaches’ 

British indie rock band Black Honey is hitting us with their new album release, A Fistful Of Peaches.

Discover Black Honey

Black Honey is a British indie rock band from Brighton, England that formed in 2014.

The band consists of lead singer and guitarist Izzy Baxter Phillips, guitarist Chris Ostler, bassist Tommy Taylor, and drummer Alex Woodward, who joined the group following the departure of Tom Dewhurst.

“A Fistful of Peaches” 

On March 17th, Black Honey dropped their third record A Fistful Of Peaches. The band released the album along with other fun things for fans from their online shop. “Get it from our shop with a bunch of bundles that our fan club have already blitzed through,” wrote the group on their social accounts.

A Fistful Of Peaches features 12 tunes, including the band’s hit “Charlie Bronson” and “Out Of My Mind.”

The band also launched a “peach swirl” vinyl alongside “a deluxe signed mountain mural picture disk.”

The band released a statement about the album saying:

“This record is the most unapologetic and honest story telling so far and I never really understood what people meant about capturing a moment in time until now. I think this one is for my fellow neurodivergents and anyone who struggles with their mental illness.

They concluded:

“All the love in this weird wild and wicked world.”

UK Tour

Black Honey is currently touring in the UK. Starting on March 14th, the band left for a one-month tour around the country. Performing for 26 nights in over 20 locations, the band is going to perform both older hits as well as all the tracks from their new A Fistful Of Peaches.

If you happen to be in the UK between March and April, make sure to check out Black Honey’s list of tour dates, and go see this incredible band live! Find more information for their tour here.

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