Get up, brush your teeth, go to school, go to football, go play a gig and get signed to Rough Trade with your sisters. This is a simplistic version of a day in the life of Honey Hahs, an all girl group from London, whose average age is 11 years old. Born and raised in Honor Oak Park, South London, the band have been charming audiences across the capital (and now beyond) with their incredible harmonies and their simple pop melodies. This includes the audience of the South Bank where theyve followed their dad’s (Flameproof Moth) footsteps and busked to wondering tourists and locals on lunch breaks. Pairing their musical gifts with dark but honest lyrical undertones, Honey Hahs have left the nation stunned by their young talent. Rowan, Robyn and Sylvie release their debut album next year, and today they present a self directed video for the single ‘Beer Fear’ and we asked them to tell us a bit about it.
“We made this video on our Mum’s phone when we came back from holiday in the Summer. It’s shot in Bristol where our Grandma lives and we went round her local park and shops which was really fun! The shot with the old lady eating a cherry is our Grandma, she wasn’t very happy about being in it but we also managed to catch her walking down the road to get her paper with her walking stick! Our younger sister, Freida is also in it she was quite hard to persuade too, but we like the way it has old and young in it. Hope you like it! Love from Honey Hahs.”
You can order the ‘OK’/’Beer Fear’ 7″ or stream the single on all services here.