Honeyblood Release Video, Announce World Tour

Honeyblood new video for 'Babes Never Die'

Glasgow’s two piece band, Honeyblood, consisting of frontwoman Stina Tweeddale and drummer Cat Myers, has released the video for the title track to their sophomore album, Babes Never Die, which is out now on Fat Cat Records.

Filmed during their recent world tour, the video includes footage shot by many different photographers and fans, capturing their live performances, as well as some behind-the-scenes clips from the band’s own tour diary. It’s released as the band announces their biggest ever tour to date, starting in Asia before moving to Australia, and working their way back across 30 dates to their biggest ever headline show at London’s legendary Koko on June 16th.

Commenting on the video, Honeyblood’s Stina says, “This video has such a special significance to us. It was filmed over three months of shows throughout the US and UK. It’s a real snapshot of that tour and what it’s like for us on the road. Most of the travel and backstage footage was filmed by Cat and I on our phones. However, we could not have made it without great folk [sic] getting involved and filming at the shows!”

Babes Never Die

1. Intro
2. Babes Never Die
3. Ready For The Magic
4. Sea Hearts
5. Love Is A Disease
6. Walking At Midnight
7. Justine, Misery Queen
8. Sister Wolf
9. Hey, Stellar
10. Cruel
11. Gangs
12. Outro

World Tour Dates:
3.27.17 – Kult Kafe – Singapore
3.30.17 – Oxford Art Factory – Sydney, AUS
3.31.17 – Brightside – Brisbane, AUS
4.1.17 – Curtain Hotel – Melbourne, AUS
4.6.17 – Roisin Dubh – Galway, Ireland
4.7.17 – Cyprus Avenue – Cork, Ireland
4.8.17 – Whelans – Dublin, Ireland
4.9.17 – The Belfast Empire Music Hall – Belfast, UK
4.18.17 – PJ Molloys – Fife, UK
4.19.17 – The Lemon Tree – Aberdeen, UK
4.20.17 – Mad Hatters – Inverness, UK
4.21.17 – Bar 15 – Dundee, UK
4.22.17 – The Liquid Room – Edinburgh, UK
4.24.17 – The Crescent – York, UK
4.26.17 – Sub89 – Reading, UK
4.27.17 – Esquires – Bedford, UK
5.2.17 – Exeter Phoenix – Exeter, UK
5.3.17 – The Haunt – Brighton, UK
5.4.17 – Wedgewood Rooms – Portsmouth, UK
5.6.17 – Museum of Wigan Life – Wigan, UK
6.16.17 – KOKO – London, UK