Brooklyn-based jangle pop quartet Forever Honey drop enticing double single pulling us into their dreamy sonic world with “Could I Come Here Alone,” and "I'm a Winner, I'm a Loser,” taking listeners on journey through soundscapes previously unexplored for the indie-rock act.
Led by wispy vocals over a gentle melody infused with a hypnotic blend shoegaze, folk and jangle pop with nuances of dream rock, the first of the pair of single builds slowly into an intricately layered, anthemic finish.
The vibrant ending notes of “Could I Come Here Alone,” fades straight into the pensive and meditative notes of “I'm a Winner, I'm a Loser,” as lead singer Liv Price's husky vocals gaining a sweet, honeyed dynamic as a soulful instrumentation swells behind it.
Recorded in band member Jack McLoughlin's parents' home in Baltimore, both tracks are led by the band’s poignant songwriting and purposeful sonic exploration, leaving us with quiet bursts of happiness in our hearts. Consisting of Liv Price, Aida Mekonnen, Steve Vannelli and Jack McLoughlin, Forever Honey who have established an artistry rooted in sob rock/jangle pop, lead through experimental sonic avenues of their creative new duo of singles.