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Bad Honey ‘Circles’ : Lovingly written, ambitiously expressed, and radically whole.

Bad Honey

Lydia Clowes and Teresa Origone together offers a soul-pop duo universe, you’d always wanted and longed. Bad Honey’s elliptical verification in honesty and love, delve deep into fibers of personal betrayals, uninhibited lusts, and promises in loyalty and union.

One way or the other, the supposition impart into gasps of drizzling pop, in which your body can bathe in absolute madness of joy.

Said the duo: “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. We worked on this song with our friend Geo who we produced it with.”

Bad Honey’s music has received ample radio support from BBC Introducing London (The Hot List for International Women’s Week 2019), BBC Radio 1xtra (Jamz Supernova and Moses Boyd), Radio X (John Kennedy), BBC Radio 6, Worldwide FM, Amazing Radio, and from Spotify’s New Music Friday in UK, Portugal, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Iceland, to name but a few.

Lovingly written, ambitiously expressed, and radically whole, ‘Circles’ envelopes with a satin silk embrace of your choosing.

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