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Honeyroot The Sun Will Come [album]
Honeyroot: The Sun Will Come “As I played Honeyroot’s
  The Sun Will Come,
  I was instantly whisked
  away to endless sunny
  beaches and wooden
  porches; sipping from
  long, cool drinks and
  dancing barefoot...”

SO I WAS NOT SURPRISED TO HEAR it is presented as
"A must for beach parties to dance floors across the glob
e". Described as "a beguiling mix of lush synths and subtle beats" by Music Week and "A modern day soul record in the cutest disguise you'll ever come across" by M8 Magazine — you get the picture.

Daniel Griffiths, Editor of Future Music, one of the UK's leading music production magazines, adds: "Glenn Gregory is best known as the front man for Heaven 17 (the band behind the hit Temptation) but for the last few years he's been one half of Honeyroot and they've just made one of the best albums of the year."

Glenn and music partner Keith Lowndes inject an intense amount of energy into the album The Sun Will Come, side by side with a relaxed, calming influence that conjures up the raw roots of music with an overriding electronic twist and an established bass.

The Publicity Machine says: "Today's most successful artists have one thing in common — the ability to re-invent themselves and challenge their audiences — and Glenn Gregory has done just that: he has evolved into the chief writer, producer and performer in Electronic outfit, Honeyroot."

The second single from the album, Where I Belong, fuses laid back country melodies with upbeat ska. Given the track's Country Music leanings, Glenn and Keith were keen to get a bona fide country singer for the vocal, so they tracked down acclaimed Nashville country star Kim Richie, well known on the international country scene for her "Glimmer" album. Her floating vocal beautifully wraps up this optimistic piece of dance, pop perfection.

With comparisons to such artists as Air, Moby, Massive Attack, Morcheeba, Daft Punk and Portishead, Honeyroot are now poised firmly to follow in their footsteps of success.

On sale now on Eco Friendly Independent label Just Music, The Sun Will Come is being hailed as one of the best albums of 2007.

Honeyroot's single, Where I Belong, is also out now. Check out the video at

"Superior Electronica… Blissful dreamscapes" — Sunday Express

"Their new album goes beyond being described as good and enters the realm of the amaz-ingly sublime" — One Week To Live

"Absolutely gorgeous. Make sure you get the album" — Janice Long

"There is nothing bad about this album, it is a work of calculated genius" — Subba Cultcha.Com

"Quite Simply Dazzling. A Hi-Fi treat" — Hi-Fi Choice