I've been getting into fairly raucous, grungey, female punk bands as of late. My most recent frenzy has been over a Glasglow duo called Honeyblood, made up of Stina Marie Claire Tweeddale (vocals) and Cat Myers (drums). In their early DIY beginnings, the girls released a two-track casette called "Thrift Shop" they recorded in a bathroom with one mic. Since then they have been gaining momentum and raging their way across UK and Europe. Their music will knock the wind out of you with a swift kick to the stomach followed by a warm embrace.
Signed to Fat Cat Records, their songs are described as resonating with "deep melodic hooks and the kind of effortless charm that have drawn recent comparisons to the likes of Best Coast, Haim and Frankie Rose, as well as the swooning, strident delivery of more established artists like Jenny Lewis."