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Honeyglaze – Don’t

Honeyglaze – Don’t

Honeyglaze has returned with “Don’t,” the powerful lead single from their upcoming album ‘Real Deal,’ set to release on September 20 via Fat Possum Records. This track signals a bold new chapter for the London trio, showcasing a more refined and intense sound.

“Don’t” is driven by lead singer Anouska Sokolow’s raw vocal performance, which channels her frustration and anger from past relationships. Inspired by Destiny’s Child’s “Bills, Bills, Bills,” the song is a cathartic expression of defiance against those who have wronged her. The aggressive, direct lyrics are matched by a robust instrumental backdrop that heightens the song’s emotional impact.

Anouska explains, “Based on my favorite Destiny’s Child song ‘Bills, Bills, Bills’ (which is also about being done with waste men), ‘Don’t’ was written after the end of a particularly bad relationship. I had this anger at every man who had ever wronged or spoken down to me. It’s really fun to be aggressive and direct sometimes, especially when it’s unexpected.”

The production of “Don’t” took place in an isolated countryside studio with Grammy-nominated producer Claudius Mittendorfer, allowing the band to focus intensely on perfecting their sound. The result is a track that feels both polished and passionately raw.

This first single from ‘Real Deal’ hints at an exciting evolution for Honeyglaze, promising a more personal and unfiltered musical journey. The band’s ability to blend emotional depth with sonic clarity makes “Don’t” a compelling preview of what’s to come in their new album.

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