Black Honey have dropped a new single, ‘OK’

It's taken from the band's new album 'A Fistful of Peaches', set to arrive on 17th March.

Black Honey have dropped their latest single, ‘OK’.

Lead vocalist Izzy Bee Phillips explains the track’s deeper meaning: “It’s a love story I wrote for my friend who was getting high all the time to dull anxiety. I didn’t want them to be struggling anymore and this song is like ‘I will stand by you and if you need a weird 10 mins where you smoke weed after drinking 8 pints till you whitey. If that’s what you need to do then it’s okay’. It’s too much to expect someone to be happy so just okay is enough. I’m also criticising myself for trying to be a Romeo-style hero when I’m so utterly ill-equipped to help anyone. I also somehow have the feeling of devotional dedication to a person that only rom coms ever show you and I didn’t really believe was real.”

‘OK’ is taken from the band’s new album ‘A Fistful of Peaches’, set to arrive on 17th March.

Black Honey will be touring in support of their upcoming album, with dates across the UK in March and April, including a show at London’s KOKO on April 12th.

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