Songs for Children is back with a fresh dose of raucous indie music, and this time they’re bringing acclaimed Scottish duo Honeyblood to Singapore.

The garage rockers will be performing in the Lion City for the first time at Hood Bar and Cafe, Bugis+ on Monday, March 27, 7.30pm. This will be their only stop in Asia before they throw some punchy hooks and riffs down under.

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Early bird tickets are SGD30, available at Peatix. Student and advance prices are SGD33 and SGD39.


Formed in 2012, Honeyblood are Stina Marie Claire Tweeddale on guitar and vocals and Cat Myer on drums. Taking inspiration from dark and cloudy ’90s indie rock luminaries like PJ Harvey, Lush, and Sonic Youth, their 2014 debut self-titled album earned them a standing as one of the most exciting bands to ever come out of Glasgow.

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But it’s 2016’s Babe Never Die that successfully captures then subtly refines and embellishes Honeyblood’s notorious live energy while maintaining the nostalgic lo-fi magnetism of the first record. Here’s a single from the album, “Ready for the Magic”.