Female soul-pop pair Bad Honey’s newest single will have you going in ‘Circles’

South London soul-pop pair Bad Honey have released their second single of the year ‘Circles’. Made up of Lydia Clowes and Teresa Origone, the darling duo have honed into a unique and unmistakable sound that is filled with bouncy beats, ethereal vocals and scintillating synths, creating a synergistic balance of Jazz hues, alternative soul, pop- tinges and lo-fi electronics.

‘Circles’ as the name suggests, will have you looping this tune on replay, over and over.

 “’Circles’ is about being in a relationship where both people are fighting their own battles, and finding strength in supporting each other. It’s a positive way of saying ‘I’ve got you and you’ve got me’, and not allowing things to go round in a vicious circle where problems are ignored and the situation gets worse. We wanted to create some cyclic motion within the music as well, so we did this via the looping arpeggiated synth in the verses, and the layered backing vocal lines in the choruses which create a canon-like effect. ” – Bad Honey.





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