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Continuing where Swervedriver, Ride, and the Verve, all left off; Honey's debut EP is drenched in shimmery distortion and hidden melodies. Taste It And See is kind of universally great. In just four songs, it’s obvious they’re adept enough to cruise outside of the droning late 80’s shoegaze catch all, into territory bursting with color and dreamy psychedelia. Good things to come from these lads from Glasgow, I hope.

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