The release of Honeyroot's magnificent second album The Sun Will Come
is here at last and seems, indeed, to have brought the sun back out!
Restore your faith in the summertime! - Buy your copy today at the The Just Music Store
- the perfect accompaniment to the returning sunshine...
There has been a fevered response to not only the double A side single, Nobody Loves You (The Way I Do) / Heavy Drops
, but also to the tracks played in session for both Janice Long on BBC Radio 2 and Tom Robinson on BBC6 Music.
Early reviews for The Sun Will Come
have been universally positive, as this well paced album is undeniably a classic listening experience from begining to end...
Make sure you order your copy of The Sun Will Come
today, directly from The Just Music Store
as well as leading record / download stores including Amazon
, CD Baby
"A beautifully crafted record, part Morcheeba, part Zero 7, part Air, part Royksopp?.but this is in a different league... this is really a modern day soul record in the cutest disguise you?ll ever come across
"Quite simply dazzling.. this is both the height of fashion and a work of real quality. ****
Hi Fi Choice
"Honeyroot can lay claim to containing the true originators of the entire electronic genre...awesome
One Week To Live
"Absolutely gorgeous, make sure you get the album!
"One of the best albums of the year so far
"This album is a true thing of beauty. I was honestly surprised to hear the album for the first time and immediately rate Honeyroot up there with Massive attack and Moby
?This little gem of an album is an eclectic mix of ambient, electronica dusted bliss
BBC ? Dance Review
"They are called Honeyroot - one of the best names we've heard in a while. A must for beach parties, dance floors and back gardens across the globe
"a beguiling mix of lush synths, subtle beats and spine-chilling melody. Expect it to soundtrack your trip to the coffee shop for months to come
The Sun Will Come
is released on 6th August
The next single to be taken from the album will be Where I Belong
, released on 27th August