There is seemingly nothing BLACK HONEY can do wrong at the moment. A sensational debut record was preceded by supporting Queens of the Stone Age at Finsbury Park and succeeded by their biggest headline tour to date, and at Leeds‘ Church we were there to capture the magic.
Blasting out instant-pop-classics such as Midnight at a venue lathered in stained glass and mesmeric iconography, it was the Brighton indie outfit that were given God like status last night. Iona-Skye Wood documented the evening – check out our photo gallery below to relive the majestic night (or look back on what you missed out, sadly).
When we spoke to Izzy before the tour, she revealed that “up north everyone is so welcoming, we always say anywhere up north is cool” and this resonated with a sold out show in Leeds where everyone was responsive – especially as happy meal boxes flew into the crowd. Was it these impromptu gifts that were the “surprises in line but I can’t tell you yet” Izzy spoke of, or was it the sensational neon backdrop? Whatever it was left the sold out Leeds crowd in awe of the Brighton outfit – and with good reason. Izzy confessed “there’s no way anything I have done or will do will ever match how amazing he [Iggy Pop] is,” but people would have definitely left Church desperate to call Black Honey the greatest live band in the world right now.