Sounds: Nuns Honey // Colors and Shapes

Fresh from the SoCal scene, Nuns Honey‘s second single off their debut EP Steep Action, “Colors and Shapes,” is a poetic and mirthful mosaic that melds the triumphant, sometimes sentimental sensibilities of frontman Tim Goodwin’s musical past with other untapped influences, hearkened to that of 80s art rock and sophisticated pop bands like Roxy Music and King Crimson, following the death of disco, up and into the inception of the 90’s avant-garde in the experimental synth-rock genre with bands like Snow Patrol and Arcade Fire .

Bright, pop guitar arrangements nod to the band’s California roots and commanding synthesizers and drum machines gesture towards the colder, darker sounds drawn from their present life in New York City. “Colors and Shapes” comes as a follow-up to the band’s last single, “Charlie Best” a new wave ode to sunny Summer days and blue cloudless skies.

Let the waves of Nuns Honey take you under and dive into Steep Action right here:

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