Liverpool rock act Honey Motel have today released their new single ‘Cartoons’ on all digital platforms via Bread and Butter Records.‘Cartoons’ talks about the machine of life. That psychological cog that we all become a part of at some point in our lives. A cog that chews us up and spits us out. A cog that’s always turning and turning, day by day, week by week, month by month. ‘Cartoons’ resembles the effort to avoid that machine – to keep ahold of the youth, the fearlessness, the curiosity, the innocence that some lose as they grow older, but all seem to harness in their younger years.
To “keep yourself alive” is to embody that youthful spirit until your time is up, until the curtain draws and the book is closed. To “keep yourself alive” is to not die before death has come, to not fade into the everlasting white noise of existence. To “keep yourself alive” is to dance your way out of this place…whilst smiling of course.  Cartoons to me is about freeing yourself from the bullshit of life. To stop worrying about things that don’t matter and to just do what makes you happy” – Sam Meredith

The “uncut gems” of Liverpool, Honey Motel.

Matt, Sam, Paul and Jack hit the ground running in 2020, ploughing passion, pace and power into a whole new take on an indie genre. Their debut release ‘Weekends’, then ‘Madeline’ was followed with ‘Morning Affairs’ all hitting the playlists of some of the UK’S top radio stations and shows.

Hailing from a city that has musical history running through its veins isn’t a burden for Honey Motel, it is embraced and embodied in the band’s DNA.

As one of the ones-to-watch in 2021, the four-piece dabble in upbeat indie-pop bangers that are creative, intricate and booming with potential. With their pumped-up energy and fast-paced tunes, it’s seen the band become one of the most promising quartets in the United Kingdom for a long time.

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