This is going to be a very short post, because by now, the chances are you’ll have probably heard Honey by Pumarosa. Officially their third track to be released (discounting a couple of early demos Red and Dragonfly) Honey is full of disturbed spiralling guitars, Isabel Muñoz-Newsome’s coldly foreboding voice and a sense of hypnotic abandonment. It’s one to draw you out from swigging cider nervously in the dark corner of the indie disco to wigging out on the dancefloor, embracing it all.
I put the band on my list of Ones to Watch for 2016 (here) – now with a small handful of tunes under their belts and some well received festival performances this summer – I’m beginning to wonder if they might find themselves on some more Ones to Watch lists for 2017 as well?
Pumarosa - Honey