Stop what you are doing, close all your other tabs and listen to “Honey.” It will be the best five minutes and forty seconds of your day. “This cannot happen again,” the song begins, “twice in a year is too much.” Torres starts with this seed of emotional trauma and the song grows around it, growing into a full rage, but not one that she loses control of. The singer-songwriter from Nasheville, TN, born Mackenzie Scott, lashes out through a distorted guitar and vocals before reigning it all back in to close the track. “Maybe some other time then,” she sings quietly. As her guitar gives its last wail, we’re left wishing her self-titled debut was out now instead of January 22. Until then, we’ll have this one on repeat.
Check Out: TORRES – “Honey”
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