Nashville-based sister duo LARKIN POE have just teamed up with Rolling Stone Country to release the video for the swaggering track “Honey Honey” off their new album Venom & Faith, out now via Tricki-Woo Records.
Rolling Stone Country heaped praise on the track saying, “With its menacing bass groove and some eerie peals of steel guitar that recall the gnarly blues of To Bring You My Love-era PJ Harvey, “Honey Honey” shows off the multi-pronged attack of Larkin Poe — as musicians, as songwriters and as vocalists.”
The band is wrapping up the current leg of their US tour, with their next date at EXIT/IN in their hometown of Nashville, TN on February 20th. Check out the full list of upcoming dates below!
Bandmates Rebecca and Megan Lovell have maintained an outlaw mindset in a traditional genre, infusing pop sensibilities with a raw and traditional blues foundation. Their sound has attracted fans all over the world, including music legend Elvis Costello, Russell Crowe, Nicole Kidman, and Keith Urban who brought the band on to support his Graffiti U World Tour.
WHAT THE PRESS HAS BEEN SAYING:
“The siblings cover themselves in the Delta mud, clawing through the mosquito-infested woods with sounds that get under your skin and stay there.” — American Songwriter
“This is the kind of music that nabs Grammy nominations” —Taste of Country
“Electric, raucous romp” —Rolling Stone
“They aren’t jumping on some Americana bandwagon. If anything, they’re leaping off a suddenly packed train and daring to tumble down a less safe, creatively challenging path to pop accessibility. On yet another new release, the rewards outweigh the risks of straying from (yet never ignoring) past successes.” —Stomp and Stammer
“The band keeps a strong outlaw mentality and defy expectations of roots rock”
“Urgency crackles through this slick follow-up to last year’s blues-dripping Peach, from gospel great Bessie Jones’ horn-amplified stomper ‘Sometime’ through lively groover ‘Bleach Blonde Bottle Blues,’ the handclapping nostalgia of ‘Blue Ridge Mountains,’ and Oxycontin-drugged ‘Fly Like an Eagle.’ ” —Pasadena Weekly