Thursday 30th September
Tickets £8 | 19:30
Bad Honey (Lydia Clowes & Teresa Origone) are a South East London based duo. Their sound is a delicate and dreamy combination of pure sounding vocals, synths and bouncing beats, resulting in a blend of alternative soul and lo-fi electronics.
Bad Honey’s music received radio support from BBC Introducing London (The HotList for International Women’s Week 2019), BBC Radio 1xtra (Jamz Supernova and Moses Boyd), Radio X (John Kennedy), BBC Radio 6, Worldwide FM, AmazingRadio, and from Spotify’s New Music Friday in UK, Portugal, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Iceland.
Bad Honey have performed at The Roundhouse (Love Supreme 2019, Jazz In The Round 2018), Village Underground,The Jazz Cafe, BBC Music Introducing Live, Cheltenham Jazz Festival (2017 and 2019) and Brainchild, and have supported the likes of Little Simz, Gogo Penguin, Soweto Kinch.
Support from Polly Money
Armed with a raft of new material and a renewed momentum, this year will see the return of troubadour Polly Money.
Having found compelling collaborators in producers Chloe Kraemer and Zach Said, over the past year they have been spending time concocting a fresh take on Polly’s guitar-driven pop/r&b.
Honeyed vocal tones and swoon-inducing melodies reign supreme in Polly’s new sound, taking notes from R&B heavyweights such as Frank Ocean and Justin Timberlake. While her dream-pop guitar sound, and lyrical themes navigating adulthood and the tumultuous twenties, pay homage to elusive indie hero The Japanese House.
Polly’s magnetic performances have led to support slots with a slate of household names including Muse, Gabrielle Aplin and Newton Faulkner. Elsewhere she has been seen lending her deft guitar skills to singer-songwriter upstarts Denai Moore and Laurel and most recently Priya Ragu.