Sunbathers new single and video “Honeysuk”
Baltimore based indie rock band Sunbathers have a well-deserved spot between Band of Horses, Simple Minds and Tears for Fears in my opinion. Classic and soulful pop induced rock n’ roll with numerous of highlights, but two are blatantly clear. Firstly, the songwriting is elevated and more complex from what you may normally find with an indie band. Secondly, the vocal work of Sean Lynott is undeniably timeless and broad.
Add those two points to the fact that the band, Tim Boaté, Pete Mindnich, Peter Leonard, and Shohsei Oda are brilliant musicians. Witness the rhythm section causing involuntary pelvic sways on the band’s new single “Honeysuk”. To say this song is a track that belongs in arenas wouldn’t be saying enough.
Since songs take on the listener’s own interpretations, and “Honeysuk” has changed my mind at least four times. Which is a fantastic situation for any melophile to be in. To further my intrigue, and soon yours is the Jorge Lucas video.
A high concept masterwork? Perhaps, but what is saying about the track? Here is my most recent perception of “Honeysuk”. Nurturing a love until it eventually becomes a virus that slowly entraps you and ultimately leads to an emotional demise.
Whichever way your mind decides to dissect and experience this song it will possibly vary from mine. So be it, it’s certainly worth all journies taken