TRACK REVIEW: Church, Honey – Fall In | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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As much a beautiful, fleeting moment as a song, Church, Honey’s latest release, Fall In, starts out as a lilting ode to cyclical romance (a kind of Groundhog Day for the seasons) where our protagonist is constantly falling in love.

A play in three distinct parts; the extended intro lulls and gently tempers under light squalls of synth that segue seamlessly into an astral indie pre-chorus, itself serving only to burst uncontrollably into a modern power ballad where the “I fall in love with you every summer” refrain means everything. Structurally the track shouldn’t work and its trad indie rock leanings are hardly ground-breaking, but overall Church, Honey deliver one of the North East tracks of the year so far.

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