Black Honey

Black Honey announce new album ‘Written & Directed’

Izzy B. Phillips says she "made this record for young women to feel invincible"

Black Honey to headline NME and STAR charity gig in Brighton

Proceeds will go towards helping refugees rebuild their lives in the UK

Artists marching at London’s Global Climate Strike: “It’s quite an easy distraction to be thinking about Brexit, isn’t it?”

“No Music On A Dead Planet” warned Foals at the Hyundai Mercury Music Prize on Thursday evening. At the same time, halfway around the...

Black Honey’s Izzy Bee Phillips takes on ‘IT Chapter Two’ clown Pennywise

Formed in Brighton in 2014, indie quartet Black Honey know a fair bit about accessing the darker recesses of the soul. Last year’s self-titled...

“I’ve spent my life savings on blonde wigs” – Black Honey’s Izzy reveals syrup-based hint for future show at Mad Cool festival

You know when you’re backstage at a festival and the temperature is in the mid-30s and you just can’t resist sticking your feet in...

The Big Read – Black Honey: “Ladylike can go fuck itself”

Brighton rockers Black Honey are a band of dandy dreamers living the DIY dream on a shoestring – but the album they're working on, with strings and horns and 'Parisian noir' inspiration – sees them reaching for the sky. As they play NME's Girls To The Front, Elizabeth Aubrey meets them to hear how ADHD, Billie Eilish and a hatred of the pop world forged their sound and fuels their work.