The Sun Will Come by electronica pioneers, Honeyroot (Glenn Gregory and Keith Lowndes), offers originality, diversity and a complete listening experience. From the delicate to the immense it juxtaposes intense energy with a calming ambience.
With its masterful range of styles, The Sun Will Come is a classic summer album, to sit alongside Air’s Moon Safari, Moby’s Play and Royksopp’s Melody AM., an album that is a must for beach parties and dance floors across the globe.
"Superior electronica from the very clever Glenn Gregory.
Nobody Loves you and Where I Belong are blissful dreamscapes" ***
"The follow up to Honeyroot's critically acclaimed debut offers ambient, chilled out electronica; 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"
"A beautifully crafted record, part Morcheeba, part Zero 7, part Air, part Royksopp?.but this is in a different league. This has it?s (honeyed) roots in torch-song soul, romance and melodrama. Call it dance , call it soundtracky electronica, but this is really a modern day soul record in the cutest disguise you?ll ever come across" 7/8
"Quite simply dazzling.. this is both the height of fashion and a work of real quality. Solid bass that morphs and bends when it should and a top end that dances. A hi-fi treat. **** "
Hi Fi Choice
"Honeyroot can lay claim to containing the true originators of the entire electronic genre...awesome" 6/7
One Week To Live
"Absolutely gorgeous, make sure you get the album!"
"One of the best albums of the year so far. An eclectic mix shot through with optimism and life, Honeyroot?s second album keeps you guessing all the way and shines a warm sun on your face throughout"
"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. The Sun Will Come is reminiscent of sitting under trees on warm days: dappled sunlight breaking through the leaves, allowing you to reach an almost Zen like state: a higher state of musical conciousness. This is a remarakable and impressive album?
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"
"Honeyroot are seriously good. The Sun Will Come is a hot weather record, a soundtrack to deserted beaches, sands and sunrises. Lovely, it may shimmer like a heat haze, but it has real substance" ****
"With The Sun Will Come they have delivered an album of individual tracks that would sit happily in any of the great albums mentioned previously [Air's Moon Safari, Royksopp's Melody AM, Moby's Play, Massive Attack's Blue Lines and Protection, Portishead's Dummy and Sigur Ross Takk] The beauty is that they are all together in one place to provide ideal listening material for the summer" *****
"The Sun Will Come is a mix of instrumental numbers and dreamy vocal arrangements that create the perfect summer chillout album, full of gentle beats and uplifting melodies. Right from the opening track you know this will be special with a cinematic feel in places that is just beautiful" ****
"A mix of mellow ambience and intricate melodies which be filed alongside Morcheeba, Royksopp and Zero 7... This is a blissful album which is a masterclass in precise musicianship. Their time will come..."