Emerging onto the scene this year with their striking soft-grunge sound, Sydney band Supahoney boldly introduce their debut album Every Cell In Your Body. A melancholy release that chronicles self exploration and hostile relationships, Supahoney capture the complexities of the human experience. Every Cell In Your Body lands via samesame Records.
Musically, Every Cell In Your Body is layered with eerie soundscapes and mournful guitar tones. A nostalgic flare, Supahoney have modernised their take on 90s garage rock. Coloured with unorthodox arrangements and profound lyrical themes, the album speaks volumes of the bands technical and creative ability. Evoke yourself into the world of Every Cell In Your Body.
The debut album includes already released tracks, "Zygoat" and "Timothy", which launched them into the alternative scene, earning them high praise from triple j's Richard Kingsmill and fans alike. The focus track for Every Cell In Your Body is "No Messages", a stand-out release that narrates a stagnant relationship.
Lead singer Dylan reflects on the writing process of Every Cell In Your Body; "Conceptually the album explores the experiences of our adolescence and how we relate now to ourselves as teenagers. As young men our world view has started to change and we began to question what was outside of ourselves."
The four-piece formed back in 2017, blending album names from Radiohead's Pablo's Honey and Soundgarden's Superunknown leading to Supahoney. Releasing multiple singles and an EP, the band's unique and distinct sound landed them triple j and rage airplay along with international recognition from KCRW's Henry Rollins radio show. Making an impression on both audiences and industry, the band is set to reach new heights with the release of their debut album.