Single review: Megan Airlie ‘Honey’

Editor's Review
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Well, what can we say. Megan Airlie‘s ‘Honey’ is truly mesmerising from start to finish. We were utterly blown away and that VOICE!

Creating a sound that is honestly like nothing else with heard since the 1950s, Megan Airlie’s latest single really is something very special. She’s already been compared to the likes of Billie Holiday and Etta James (and quite rightly so), but she also has the unique ability to create something that feels totally her own. ‘Honey’ showcases Airlie’s incredible jazz-infused vocals, whilst also combining twinkling piano notes and feel-good guitar strums to create something that is poignant, intimate and above all, totally stunning.

Megan is most definitely a diamond in the rough and we can’t wait to see what she gets up to next.

‘Honey’ is out now via Bloc Music Records.

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