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Honey Lung have signed to Big Scary Monsters, and dropped their new track 'Be My Friend'

The song pokes fun at awkward social situations.
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Published: 3:10 pm, February 12, 2020
Honey Lung have signed to Big Scary Monsters, and dropped their new track 'Be My Friend'

Honey Lung have signed to Big Scary Monsters, and dropped their new track 'Be My Friend'.

“Lyrically, 'Be My Friend' makes a joke of trying to impress someone you admire," says Jamie Batten (vocals/guitar). 

"We wanted it to be an ironic song that pokes fun at awkward social situations and the funny ways we act just to be liked or feel accepted."

The track arrives ahead of a headliner at The Grace in London on 19th February, and a set a Truck (31st July) too.

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