LISTEN: “Honey Do” by Beverly

LISTEN / March 6, 2014

The sounds of Beverly, an all-girls Brooklyn-based band, will have ‘90s sub-pop fan swooning — we certainly are.

Having just released their first single, “Honey Do,” the musical project is the brainchild of Frankie Rose (Vivian Girls, Crystal Stilts, Dum Dum Girls) and Drew Citron (Avan Lava).

With Frankie on drums and Drew on guitar, “Honey Do” is a combination of fuzzy guitar and ‘90s twee pop, and it’s just in your face enough while still staying vocally sweet.

“Honey Do” will not only be featured on their upcoming debut LP, out this summer through Kanine, but also on a compilation from the label, Non Violent Femmes, out April 19.

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Tricia Callahan
Tricia Callahan
Tricia, a graduate from the University of Mary Washington in Popular Media Journalism, is a writer currently residing in Columbia, SC. Tricia is currently obsessed with The Great Gatsby, Jack Johnson, Jack Daniels, large thrift stores, Atlas Genius, and radio shows.

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