"Honey" on Exclaim! TV
Performing with nothing more than a semi-hollow body guitar, a pair of keyboard racks and (presumably) a bunch of effects pedals, watch as the shoegaze-inflected duo delivers a punishing rendition of their sickly-sweet single "Honey," complete with off-kilter keyboard solo and tremolo-heavy strums.
Check out the video now in the player below, which you can find underneath the band's upcoming tour itinerary.
02/04 New York, NY - Mercury Lounge
02/05 Boston, MA - Brighton Music Hall
02/06 Biddeford, MA - The Oak & the Axe
02/08 Burlington, VT - Monkey House
02/09 Montreal, QC - Il Motore
02/11 Toronto, ON - Silver Dollar
02/12 Hamilton, ON - This Aint Hollywood
02/13 Chicago, IL - Empty Bottle
02/14 Indianapolis, IN - Do317 Lounge
02/15 Columbus, OH - Double Happiness
02/16 Pittsburgh, PA - Brillobox
02/21 Hudson, NY - The Half Moon Hudson
02/22 Princeton, NJ - Princeton University
03/12-15 Austin, TX - SXSW
03/16 Beaumont, TX - The Art Studio, Inc.
03/17 New Orleans, LA - The Howlin' Wolf
03/18 Hot Spring, AR - Valley of The Vapors Festival
03/21 Chattanooga, TN - JJ's Bohemia
03/22 Atlanta, GA - Drunken Unicorn
03/23 Boone, NC - Boone Saloon
03/24 Philadelphia, PA - Johnny Brenda's
03/25 Brooklyn, NY - Baby's All Right
Filmed by Roberto Granados-Ocon
Edited by Melissa Ross
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