Black Honey are embracing the rage with new single ‘Charlie Bronson’

The track is their first new material since the release of last year's album 'Written & Directed'.

Black Honey have shared a new single, ‘Charlie Bronson’.

The track is their first new material since the release of last year’s album ‘Written & Directed’.

Speaking about ‘Charlie Bronson’, Izzy Phillips explains: “There’s a personality in my head that feels like Britain’s most notorious prisoner. Sometimes I can’t make sense of anything. It’s a bind of frustration from having to constantly present myself in a way that society accepts. My mind works differently. I say all the wrong things. I hate being ‘ladylike’. I was punished so much for what I know to be my good qualities; a strong-minded neurodivergent person who is creative, inquisitive, excitable and in my own universe.

“I was medicated, my shine dimmed and I began to see how the world rewards women who turn invisible. ‘Charlie Bronson’ is my rage.”

Black Honey are set to play a show at London’s Omeara next week (Tuesday, 16th August). You can check out ‘Charlie Bronson’ below.

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