In little under two years, blue-eyed soul duo HONNE have become the band to fall in love with. Debut album Warm On A Cold Night is a record where expressing feelings may not come naturally, but one which nonetheless strives for real love in the digital age.
Musically, HONNE take heavy influence from the late 70s/early 80s soul and funk of Quincy Jones, together with crooning, contemporary electro-R&B like James Blake or Frank Ocean. Warm On A Cold Night introduced a sound which has become instantly-identifiable as HONNE.
Over 20 million Spotify streams, several Hype Machine number 1s and sell-out worldwide tours later, HONNE are writing songs which feel both quintessentially of the moment yet charmingly gentleman-like in their worldview. For all its forward-thinking electronics and online noise, Warm On a Cold Night is ultimately a back-to-basics album – of old-school romance, timeless songwriting, and two very modern souls.