Midlands indie-pop rockers Ego Honey recently released their brand new single, ‘Seventeen’.
With a furious driving, urgent and enlivened medley of guitars, piano and drums - the track has created a fresh, new sound from the young rockers.
The tightly-wrapped and unmistakable vocal of the lead singer, Matt, is a robust new entry to the world of indie pop.
Parading a well-executed stage presence, the young gents are reminiscence of some of Britain’s most notorious rock stars.
Ego Honey, which comprises of Matt, Ben, Dan, Jon and Ruddy are based in Birmingham since they formed in April 2013.
The five-piece have been rapidly gathering a profile in their local stomping ground. They kicked off the year with a support slot for London-based Dexters, and have since played a set for Oasis megastar Liam Gallagher’s Birmingham Pretty Green store, as well as a sell-out show at the HMV institute.
Having been featured on The Unsigned Guide and received festival interest, the band have amassed an army of fans in the Midlands.
And they’re looking to continue their success with ‘Seventeen’, which is out now.