Cat No: SWP005V

Honeyglaze are the South London based, Haiku loving trio comprised of vocalist and 
guitarist Anouska Sokolow, bassist Tim Curtis, and Yuri Shibuichi on drums.  
  
Born out of lead songwriter Sokolow’s un-desire to be a solo-act, the group met 
officially at their first ever rehearsal- just three days ahead of what was to become a 
near-residency, at their favoured ‘The Windmill’, Brixton. Forming a mere 
eighteen-months ahead of a subsequent eighteen-months of mandatory solitude, a 
parallel that’s both aligned and universally un-timely, Honeyglaze, at first 
appearance, are a group who play with chance, time, and synergetic fate, in 
mannerisms few others are able to do. 
 
Pricking the ears of seminal producer Dan Carey and his team of merry 
taste-makers: Speedy Wunderground (Tiña, Squid, Black Country New Road), the 
Speedy Wunderground / Honeyglaze partnership would manifest into a dynamic 
that, despite not having met prior, quite simply, just worked. 
 
Much like the eponymously debuted statements of contemporary folk-singer 
Bedouine’s ‘Bedouine’, ‘Crosby, Stills and Nash’, or, dare we suggest Madonna’s 
‘Madonna’, Honeyglaze the album presents to the world an audibly picturesque 
documentation of soul-searching, in all its figment’s of reality; a proclamation of 
cultivated intent which in turn creates a subliminal safe-space between relatability 
and self-projection, and creative-comradery paired with introspective artistry. 
  
A self-described “opposite to a concept album” that sonically encapsulates the who, 
what, where and how of their individual circumstances coming together as one, 
Honeyglaze is a meticulously transformative feat of which, in their own eyes, is a 
“quite accurate” sonic encapsulation of who the trio believe to be.  
  
This is storytelling at its most soulful, and Honeyglaze presents human-instinct in a 
manner that accepts all of the insecurities that come from their present adolescence, 
whilst acknowledging the formative maturity that’s earned when we allow ourselves 
to embrace the unknown, of our futures ahead. 
  
“If someone is going to find you special – then you want to show what’s most special 
about yourself” notes Curtis. “Then you can do what you want from there.” 
  
Mixing the personal with romanticised ideals in ways that are simultaneously 
heart-wrenching, and humorous to a dead-pan effect, there is no one trajectory for 
Honeyglaze who’s greatest ability, is finding ways to present what’s written 
in-between the lines, in moments of beautifully well-versed clarity. 
 
In their own words: “Hi we are Honeyglaze, and there’s no time to explain.”
1 Start
2 Shadows
3 Creative Jealousy
4 I Am Not Your Cushion
5 Female Lead
6 Burglar
7 Half Past
8 Deep Murky Water
9 Young Looking
10 Souvenir
11 Childish Things

Honeyglaze

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Cat No: SWP005V

Honeyglaze are the South London based, Haiku loving trio comprised of vocalist and
guitarist Anouska Sokolow, bassist Tim Curtis, and Yuri Shibuichi on drums.

Born out of lead songwriter Sokolow’s un-desire to be a solo-act, the group met
officially at their first ever rehearsal- just three days ahead of what was to become a
near-residency, at their favoured ‘The Windmill’, Brixton. Forming a mere
eighteen-months ahead of a subsequent eighteen-months of mandatory solitude, a
parallel that’s both aligned and universally un-timely, Honeyglaze, at first
appearance, are a group who play with chance, time, and synergetic fate, in
mannerisms few others are able to do.

Pricking the ears of seminal producer Dan Carey and his team of merry
taste-makers: Speedy Wunderground (Tiña, Squid, Black Country New Road), the
Speedy Wunderground / Honeyglaze partnership would manifest into a dynamic
that, despite not having met prior, quite simply, just worked.

Much like the eponymously debuted statements of contemporary folk-singer
Bedouine’s ‘Bedouine’, ‘Crosby, Stills and Nash’, or, dare we suggest Madonna’s
‘Madonna’, Honeyglaze the album presents to the world an audibly picturesque
documentation of soul-searching, in all its figment’s of reality; a proclamation of
cultivated intent which in turn creates a subliminal safe-space between relatability
and self-projection, and creative-comradery paired with introspective artistry.

A self-described “opposite to a concept album” that sonically encapsulates the who,
what, where and how of their individual circumstances coming together as one,
Honeyglaze is a meticulously transformative feat of which, in their own eyes, is a
“quite accurate” sonic encapsulation of who the trio believe to be.

This is storytelling at its most soulful, and Honeyglaze presents human-instinct in a
manner that accepts all of the insecurities that come from their present adolescence,
whilst acknowledging the formative maturity that’s earned when we allow ourselves
to embrace the unknown, of our futures ahead.

“If someone is going to find you special – then you want to show what’s most special
about yourself” notes Curtis. “Then you can do what you want from there.”

Mixing the personal with romanticised ideals in ways that are simultaneously
heart-wrenching, and humorous to a dead-pan effect, there is no one trajectory for
Honeyglaze who’s greatest ability, is finding ways to present what’s written
in-between the lines, in moments of beautifully well-versed clarity.

In their own words: “Hi we are Honeyglaze, and there’s no time to explain.”

Cat No: SWP005CD

Honeyglaze are the South London based, Haiku loving trio comprised of vocalist and
guitarist Anouska Sokolow, bassist Tim Curtis, and Yuri Shibuichi on drums.

Born out of lead songwriter Sokolow’s un-desire to be a solo-act, the group met
officially at their first ever rehearsal- just three days ahead of what was to become a
near-residency, at their favoured ‘The Windmill’, Brixton. Forming a mere
eighteen-months ahead of a subsequent eighteen-months of mandatory solitude, a
parallel that’s both aligned and universally un-timely, Honeyglaze, at first
appearance, are a group who play with chance, time, and synergetic fate, in
mannerisms few others are able to do.

Pricking the ears of seminal producer Dan Carey and his team of merry
taste-makers: Speedy Wunderground (Tiña, Squid, Black Country New Road), the
Speedy Wunderground / Honeyglaze partnership would manifest into a dynamic
that, despite not having met prior, quite simply, just worked.

Much like the eponymously debuted statements of contemporary folk-singer
Bedouine’s ‘Bedouine’, ‘Crosby, Stills and Nash’, or, dare we suggest Madonna’s
‘Madonna’, Honeyglaze the album presents to the world an audibly picturesque
documentation of soul-searching, in all its figment’s of reality; a proclamation of
cultivated intent which in turn creates a subliminal safe-space between relatability
and self-projection, and creative-comradery paired with introspective artistry.

A self-described “opposite to a concept album” that sonically encapsulates the who,
what, where and how of their individual circumstances coming together as one,
Honeyglaze is a meticulously transformative feat of which, in their own eyes, is a
“quite accurate” sonic encapsulation of who the trio believe to be.

This is storytelling at its most soulful, and Honeyglaze presents human-instinct in a
manner that accepts all of the insecurities that come from their present adolescence,
whilst acknowledging the formative maturity that’s earned when we allow ourselves
to embrace the unknown, of our futures ahead.

“If someone is going to find you special – then you want to show what’s most special
about yourself” notes Curtis. “Then you can do what you want from there.”

Mixing the personal with romanticised ideals in ways that are simultaneously
heart-wrenching, and humorous to a dead-pan effect, there is no one trajectory for
Honeyglaze who’s greatest ability, is finding ways to present what’s written
in-between the lines, in moments of beautifully well-versed clarity.

In their own words: “Hi we are Honeyglaze, and there’s no time to explain.”

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Genre:Indie Rock Record Label:Speedy Wunderground Release Date:29/04/2022
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