Weird Milk Makes Patience Sexy With “Honey, I’m Around”

Baroque pop

Photo: Timothy Casten

North London’s Weird Milk teaches us that patience is a highly coveted form of art in new single “Honey, I’m Around.” Built on a graceful arrangement of jaunty strings, “Honey, I’m Around” offers a chance for us to re-evaluate our own relationship with time. Whether you’re waiting for your burrito to be delivered or looking for new career opportunities, then this is the track that helps you wrestle with time:

“This song touches on themes of romance and escapism, whilst cherishing the notion that sometimes it is important to be patient and persistent in one’s endeavours, without lingering in the past” shared the band.

Comprised of Zach Campbell (guitar, vocals), Alex Griffiths (guitar, vocals), Charlie Glover Wright (drums), Joe ‘Blue’ Moyle (keys), Weird Milk has been garnering buzz across radio with their previous single “Anything You Want.” They’ve been carving their imprint in the baroque pop scene and making noise across festivals. Speaking of which, they have some shows coming up:

27 July – Truck Festival

07 Aug – Camden Assembly, London (Jigsaw Festival)

18 Oct – The Waterfront, Norwich*

23 Oct – Face Bar, Reading*

24 Oct – The Bodega, Nottingham*

25 Oct – Hyde Park Book Club, Leeds*

*supporting Trudy and the Romance