Brooklyn-based indie band Jack & Honey have released their debut single, ‘Thrill’; a slick, bright and breezy cut of indie pop released on the heels of opening for Eric Clapton and Tedeschi Trucks Band at the Greenwich Town Party.
The track kicks off with harmonious male & female vocals backed by divine pads, a plucky bass guitar and a smooth electric guitar. While incorporating a number of elements in the mix, the first verse remains mallow, until the chorus, where bright saxophones enter the mix, and the bass steps up a notch.
Following a similar formula to that of the first verse, the second verse incorporates more drum and percussion elements more electric guitar while the bridge reduces to an even calmer level, much to the delight of listeners.
The track as a whole also boasts a clean mix as Jack & Honey make excellent use of panning and stereo separation; specifically; giving the saxophones and guitars their own space in the chorus, allowing both elements to breathe easily.
An Indie Soul band dedicated to cultivating good vibes and forging a connection through music, Jack & Honey have been exciting audiences across the Northeast with their kinetic and high-energy performances. With funky drops and infectious melodies, their style seamlessly blends modern rock and classic soul sounds, creating original music that feels both new and familiar.
Listen to ‘Thrill’ below!