Leeds trio Honeycub comprised of Ollie Wilson (Vocals/Guitar), Eddie Dawson (Bass), and Charlie Lord (Drums) have been developing their ‘21st Century Grunge’ sound over the last couple of years citing influences from acts such as Nirvana and Queens of the Stone Age. The group has now released their new single, “Nothing Changes” speaking on the monotony of routine whilst delivering a powerful and hard-hitting record. 

The new single is full of huge distorted guitar riffs, loads of energy, and carries plenty of angst in this time of isolation. The band has received multiple radio plays and consistent support from BBC Music Introducing with Emily Pilbeam featuring “Nothing Changes” as their track of the week. 

The three-piece rock band previously released their first single of 2020, “Thank God” in March which has proved to be one of their most successful records. “Nothing Changes” is a superb follow-up demonstrating the band’s steady rise in the UK grunge rock scene.

Listen to “Nothing Changes” below:

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