There is something familiar in the music of London act Stereo Honey. The incredible vocals bounce up and down with the soul and swagger of Keane in their prime. This is further complemented by some incredibly understated instrumentation, which is good enough to stand on its own. The band is able to blend just the right amount of melancholy with a soaring sound, painting an almost dreamlike wall of sound behind its hazy and hypnotic song structure. The four piece have an unflappable band chemistry that will continue to serve them well as they plow through the crowded genre of indie rock. Their refreshing sound stands apart in an industry of Imagine Dragons and 1975 sounding acts. Be warned, this might just be the breakout act of 2017.
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