Honeyblood Premiere "Sea Hearts" Video, US Tour Kicks Off Monday, October 24th

Honeyblood Premiere "Sea Hearts" Video

US Tour Kicks Off Monday, October 24th 
Photo Credit: Amira Fritz

In anticipation of the October 28th release of Honeyblood's Babes Never Die, the Scottish duo have released the Thomas James (Black Dog Films) directed video for the single "Sea Hearts" which SPIN premiered today, calling it "a creepy visual that lives up to the song's thrills." The band is set to kick off their US run of dates next week with Jay Som and Hazel English with stops in New York, Chicago, Seattle, Los Angeles and more October 24 - November 7.  Full list of tour dates below. Frontwoman Stina Tweeddale and drummer Cat Myers recorded their third LP in the winter of 2016 with acclaimed producer James Dring (Jamie T, Gorillaz). Download Babes Never Die for review now.

The band had this to say about the video:

"The video follows a sea witch and her adventure into a house party, which we felt really captured the energy of the song. We were so excited to work with Thomas James and his team again to continue the story of 'Babes Never Die' with 'Sea Hearts'. It's truly inspiring to work with a creative team who gets your vision and wants to create a video to encapsulate the essence of the song."

What people had to say about "Sea Hearts":

"A muted 4-bar lures you in before they sucker punch you with plenty of fuzz and lyrics about "sipping tequila after dark." The song then dissolves into a more rhythmic earworm hook, and it all exudes the carefree, playful audacity that we've come to expect from the band." - Stereogum

"Coolest Scottish duo since The Jesus & Mary Chain" - Sound Opinions

"It's fuzzed up, 90s-indebted indie rock that'll make you wanna mosh and destroy stuff and do shots and headbang and run real fast and ride your bike with your hands nowhere near the handlebars." - Noisey

"A robust new offering rammed with grit and confidence." -  
The Line of Best Fit


World Tour Dates
10.24.16 - Metro Gallery - Baltimore, MD
10.25.16 - Ortliebs - Philadelphia, PA
10.26.16 - Baby's All Right - Brooklyn, NY
10.28.16 - Subterranean - Chicago, IL
10.30.16 - 7th Street Entry - Minneapolis, MN
11.3.16 - Barboza - Seattle, WA
11.4.16 - Bunk Bar - Portland, OR
11.6.16 - The Chapel - San Francisco, CA
11.7.16 - The Echo - Los Angeles, CA
11.16.16 - Cluny - Newcastle, UK
11.17.16 - Wardrobe - Leeds, UK
11.18.16 - Academy 2 - Liverpool, UK
11.19.16 - Rainbow - Birmingham, UK
11.21.16 - Stoke - Sugarmill, UK
11.22.16 - Bodega - Nottingham, UK
11.23.16 - Fleece - Bristol, UK
11.25.16 - Joiners - Southampton, UK
11.26.16 - Bullingdon - Oxford, UK
11.28.16 - Junction 2 - Cambridge, UK
11.29.16 - Arts Centre - Norwich, UK
12.1.16 - Scala - London
12.2.16 - Deaf Institute - Manchester, UK
12.8.16 - St. Lukes - Glasgow, UK