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Black Honey's Future Playlist

One of our fave new bands pick music from, for and that sounds like the future.
Published: 10:13 am, September 12, 2016
Black Honey's Future Playlist
Black Honey just played Bestival. The theme this year was The Future, and hey what a coincidence, it is for the playlist we badgered them into curating for us too.

Dream Wife - Hey Heartbreaker
An amazing new band who are going to be huge. We can’t wait to have them on tour with us in October!

Kraftwerk - Tour De France
Because it still sounds like the future, or what the future should sound like anyway.

Baby Strange - Friend
One of the best new live bands around, festivals will sound like Baby Strange for years to come.

Fickle Friends - Cry Baby
Brighton bros playing at Bestival with us and are going to be massive.

INHEAVEN - Baby’s Alright
Great song, great band, beautiful people.

David Bowie - Ziggy Stardust
He was sent from the future to save us but left too soon and we all fell apart.

Jaques Dutronc - Et moi, et moi, et moi
The future is a cherry picked collage of the past and this always needs to be in there somewhere.

The Doors - The End
Given the state of the world, this seems pretty fitting. Especially if Trump wins…

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