‘Trip’ by Stockholm based indie rockers, Honeymilk, was created when singer Marcus Admund brought some chords to guitarist Nikki Nyberg. You’ll soon learn to love it as that powerful and determined track that matters. With roaring vocals and distortion infused guitars, ‘Trip’ doesn’t pretend to be something it’s not.
It’s likely to be in your heart and mind for the foreseeable future, and it’s typical of Honeymilk. Lyrics discuss the fact that life seldom reaches higher than a 2 out of 5 grade in general, but with melodies and arrangements carefully composed, you’ll believe you’re thinking the opposite.
A year ago, Honeymilk went from a four-piece to a two-piece, and they are in the studio working on a sophomore studio album to be released later this year. Tracks like ‘Time Will Kill You’, released last summer, and ‘The Nothing New’ were quickly hailed as something special. Now, some Thin Lizzy meets Mac DeMarco meets TOPS-guitars later ‘Trip’ was finished.