Hear Thrice’s New Southern-Sounding Single “Black Honey”


Quickly approaching the release of Thrice’s highly anticipated comeback record To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere, the SoCal outfit has just released their second new track “Black Honey.”

A little more on the softer side of things compared to their previous single “Blood On The Sand,” “Black Honey” is a vibey, almost southern rock-like track built on the imagery of bees – yes, really: bees.   

“Lyrically,” frontman Dustin Kensrue tells NPR who premiered the track, “the song spawned from an image that popped into my head: someone continually swatting at a swarm of bees to get their honey, but somehow not understanding why they would sting back in return.”

To check out the new song, be sure to look below. Afterwards, make sure to pre-order To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere and pick up tickets to see Thrice on tour alongside La Dispute here.   

[via NPR]