Black Honey at the Garage

Black Honey are a band quickly becoming a bit of a favourite. They’re definitely a band you need to see live. Much of this is down to Izzy, the lead singer, who has great energy. Tonight they were part of a bill that included Kagoule and East India Youth.

Black Honey at the Garage

Black Honey at the Garage

Black Honey at the Garage

Black Honey at the Garage

Black Honey at the Garage

Black Honey at the Garage

Black Honey at the Garage

Opening the evening were Kagoule. Kagoule are a band right out of the 90s. They wear their influences on their sleeve. Clearly inspired by bands like the Pixies and the Smashing Pumpkins, they put in a really enjoyable set. It was also a pleasure to see a bass player make an effort rather than skulking at the back of the stage.

Kagoule at the Garage

Kagoule at the Garage

Kagoule at the Garage

Kagoule at the Garage

Kagoule at the Garage

Kagoule at the Garage

Closing the evening was East India Youth. I’ve seen East India Youth before and although I enjoyed the music, I’m not a fan of people twiddling knobs and stating behind a desk. So as he was on last, and they were running late. I ducked out for a slightly early night.

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