Honey - New Moody Judy

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Honey - New Moody Judy

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LP comes with insert, download card. 1st 150 are hand numbered and come with a Honey Patch! 

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About New Moody Judy

 

Out September 29th on Wharf Cat, HONEY'S sophomore long player New Moody Judy builds on their debut's “hard edged slice of rock noise” ( – Byron Coley) to create an album full of the pummel and swing, rave-ups and comedowns, and ferocious riffs and rhythms previously known only to those who have witnessed the power-trio's live set. Equal parts concision and brute heaviness, this is the sound of perfect rock and roll music - music that's always on the edge of spinning out of control.

 

From the first single, “the pugnacious ‘Dream Come Now’ a barnstormer every bit as fiery as the album artwork” ( – Noisey), to the tight jam giving way to a thrilling cascade of riffs that fuel the rush of ‘Hungry,’ HONEY give everything to the music on this release to deliver their most sonically diverse effort to date. As thematically cerebral as it is musically visceral, New Moody Judy is one of the rare albums that offers as much brain fodder for the lit majors as it does instant gratification for the guitar-heads.

 

About HONEY

 

Featuring former members of Pyschic Ills and Amen Dunes, Honey are mainstays of Brooklyn’s thriving music culture. Over the past 5 years they have shared the stage with the likes of Dead Moon, J. Mascis, Sheer Mag, The Men, Destruction Unit, and more and have become a household name for everyone fiending for the raw authenticity that, thankfully, can still be found in NYC at the intersection of punk and rock and roll. 

 

Noisey

the best pummeling backbeats the Stooges never wrote

Brooklyn Vegan

The trio’s pedal-to-the-metal pursuit of early ’70s Detroit style punk/rock n’ roll remains unabated, as can be heard on ripper “Dream Come Now.”

Pitchfork

echo-drenched vocal tics and subliminal synth oscillations

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