Watch out London, Black Honey are playing the Omeara next month

The news follows the release of new single 'Bad Friends'.
Black Honey have announced they’re playing a London show next month.

The band – who’ve just finished up a short UK tour – will perform at the Omeara on 12th June. Tickets go on sale from this Friday, 18th May at 9am.

The news follows the release of the group’s new single ‘Bad Friends’, with their debut album also thought to be on the way.

“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.”

The band are also playing loads of festivals over the summer too, 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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