Black Honey have dropped the video for their new tune, ‘Bad Friends’

The band are heading out on tour next week.
Black Honey have sprung back into action this week with not only a new single, but a new video too.

‘Bad Friends’ sees the band swerve into more polished pop territory, as they work their way towards their much-anticipated debut album.

“I love the recordings we’ve done, I feel like I’m really coming into my own with a new direction concerning hip-hop drums,” Izzy told Dork a few months back. “We’ll always be a rock band at heart, but I think with the discoveries that have really inspired me, they’ve been much more crossover.”

‘Bad Friends’ comes just before the band’s latest UK tour, which starts out in Hull on the 9th May. They’ll go on to hit up Stoke, Sheffield, Cardiff, and Oxford, before winding up in Portsmouth on the 15th:


09 HULL The Welly

10 STOKE Sugarmill

11 SHEFFIELD The Leadmill

13 CARDIFF The Globe

14 OXFORD O2 Academy 2

15 PORTSMOUTH Wedgewood Rooms

The band are also playing loads of festivals over the summer, including Truck, alongside Friendly Fires, George Ezra, Blaenavon, Fickle Friends, Marika Hackman, Drenge, Peace and loads more.

Watch ‘Bad Friends’ below.

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