London quartet make soulful indie for the masses.

Stereo Honey seemingly emerged from obscurity last year, releasing just two indie-rock singles before they were spirited away by the same management as Wild Beasts and Placebo. They're letting the music do the talking thus far, with very little in the way of exposure, they remain under the radar - but not for long. Musically, the London four-piece make haunting, atmospheric chart-banging hits, reminscent of Thom Yorke and Raised by Swans. Having released their 4-track EP Monuments in December 2017, they're playing a handful of industry showcase festivals such as The Great Escape and last week's Eurosonic. 'Feels like Heaven' is a dreamy, uplifting yet melancholic track that centres around sparse post-rock guitars, a dulcet yet falsetto vocal and paced drums. Their latest offering, 'The Bay', narrates a tragic love story, it's a solid track written with insights way beyond that of the band years. Again with an angelic vocal and a paced beat, the track is driven - hopefully towards being 2018's ones to watch. Listen to 'Feels like Heaven' and 'The Bay' below.