The new issue of Dork, featuring Black Honey, is coming this Friday – pre-order

If we’re talking about returning heroes, you don’t get much more returning or heroic than Black Honey.

Black Honey front the new edition of Dork, set to drop this Friday (10th March).

If we’re talking about returning heroes, you don’t get much more returning or heroic than Black Honey. Starring alongside Dream Wife on the front of issue 4, they’re finally back for number 75. New album ‘A Fistful of Peaches’ is their best to date – one not to miss. Plus – dog in a photo shoot. That’s the stuff you’re really after, right?

You’ll find an exclusive interview and photo shoot with Black Honey in the April 2023 issue of Dork.

They’re the last of three cover acts for our latest edition, following yesterday’s Arlo Parks cover, and Tuesday’s announcement of our Sabrina Carpenter fronted variant. We’ll be revealing the packed full line-up when we drop the new issue, tomorrow at midday GMT.

You can grab the Black Honey variant here, the Arlo Parks edition of Dork here, or the Sabrina Carpenter cover here, and it’ll ship before the end of the month, or subscribe and get the print edition sent directly to your door every month here.

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