Released March 19th 2021
PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A FULL SHOW NOT A SOCIALLY DISTANCED ONE. IF THE EVENT CAN NOT GO AHEAD BLACK HONEY ARE HAPPY TO POSTOPONE IT TO A LATER DATE IN 2021Vinilo Record Store & The Joiners Present Black Honey - Written & Directed + Ticket rescheduled new date 16.9.21 The JoinersAge 14+please read event terms and conditions If you choose collect in store, you will have 15 days from release date to collect orders from our Southampton storeIf you choose postage, we will ship for as close to release date as possible..Ticket only are not printed so please do not pay shipping! Ticket only is only one per personPlease purchase a CD+ Ticket and 1x Ticket only if you require 2 people to go to this eventexample:2 CD & Tickets + 1 Ticket only = 3 people goinghope this helpsPersons buying more than one ticket only will be refunded and their order cancelled. This can result in missing out.Thank you.Vinilo TeamWritten and Directed is Black Honey’s second album. It follows their outstanding self-titled debut released back in 2018 when the world that surrounded the Brighton fourpiece looked and felt like a very different place. Black Honey however are still the bad-ass, truly original band they have always been, they’ve just graduated from the intriguingly anomalous newcomers to becoming one of UK indie’s most singular outfits. It's now time for the next instalment of their story – Written and Directed – which see’s Black Honey deliver one, very singular, message – a 10 track mission statement that aims to unashamedly plant a flag in the ground for strong, world-conquering women. For fierce frontwoman and album protagonist Izzy B. Phillips – it’s the most important message she could send to inspire her cult-like fanbase and fill the female-shaped gap that she felt so acutely when she was growing up and discovering rock music for the first time. Written throughout 2019 and recorded in fits and spurts between touring, Written and Directed is drenched with a hedonistic, anything-goes attitude. It’s also the most full-throttle collection of music that Black Honey have ever-written – egged-on by their run of shows supporting long-term friends and collaborators Royal Blood. Exploring everything from womanhood, to identity and power, it’s an album that revels in the rich history of pop culture, throws a wink to its rock-and-roll heroes, but ultimately (and in true Black Honey fashion) it stands on its own two feet.