Riot ghouuul: Honeyblood talk demons, Dracula and their favourite decade

From a love of the Gothic to garage rock, Honeyblood let us in on their biggest inspirations.

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They say good things come in pairs and that’s certainly true for garage rock. From The Black Keys to The White Stripes, the genre is at it best when stripped down to just a guitar, a voice and clattering drums. While the ‘Stripes may be no more and the Black Keys might be a little past their prime, the form is finding new hope in Scottish twosome Honeyblood. Having already cut their teeth touring with the likes of Courtney Barnett the duo will be roaming the UK in support of their most recent album Babes Never Die. Before they rumble into town next month, we got frontwoman Stina to breakdown the influences behind their latest record and give us a taste of what to expect in April.

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