"Los Angeles-based Pop choir Honey Child‘s 9-song album is a religious experience."
"With all the divisive bellowing clogging up our television screens, perhaps nothing could be more welcome and illuminating than a…”choir of angels.” Which is arguably the best description of Claire McKeown’s celestial Los Angeles musical collective Honey Child"
"The band doesn’t really fit in any category, featuring broad baroque pop influences on their eponymous record that came out in early February."
“Please come to me,” Claire McKeown sings on “She Calls His Name,” a song about being lovesick in a literal sense — unwell because of the intense grip of the feeling. McKeown is a Wagnerian opera singer, practically able to do acrobatics with her pliable and powerful voice, and in Honey Child, she leads a gorgeous femme choir; who better to sing the musings of a woman scorned?
So light some candles, pour yourself a nice glass of wine, put on your powdered wig and relax with the brand-new video for “Standing In The Shadows.” We’re proud to premiere it today ...Let it wash over you now.