It’s that time again, when our man on the ground Desh Kapur Editor/Photographer All Music Magazine UK/Europe spotlights a bands or artists he thinks are going to have a big 2022 ; bands and artists we think you should check out to stay ahead of the curve


Here comes Honey Moon, the South London-based trio have brewed a stomping and rich feel-good sound, steaming with a captivating melodies and harmonies, infused with infectious guitar licks, which create a buoyant landing pad for singer and guitarist Jack Slater Chandler’s saccharine voice.

Throughout 2021, Honey Moon’s streaming figures (which sit comfortably in the millions) have continued to increase at a rapid rate, as they’ve amplified the appetite for more new music and live appearances. In turn, the band have spent the past two years crafting a collection of music that will eventually form part of their long-awaited debut album. 

The band have won scores of praise from the likes of The Line Of Best FitDIYClashDorkWonderlandBBC Radio 1BBC 6Music, BBC Introducing and Apple Music 1, as well as support from pop juggernaut Sir Elton JohnHuw StephensTom Robinson and Gideon Coe. They’ve graced the cover of Spotify’s Hot New Bands playlist and have made triumphant appearances at GlastonburyTruck Festival and Sŵn Festival too.



So we decided it was time to have a little chat with the band,  to see where they came from, what they have been up to and what their plans for the future are.


What is the story behind your name?

Jack: We were trying to think of something sweet and romantic to match the music. The stuff we were writing sounded smooth and rich, so Honey made sense, and I liked the idea of gazing up at a Moon made out of Honey, like a trippy children’s book. Then I realised the two words together already worked in a romantic sense and job done!

What first got you into music? or Who inspired you to make music?

Joey: Ned Schneebly 

How did you all meet?

Jack: Zach and me met at University, then Joey rolled in off the street one night.

How would you describe the music that you typically create?

Joey: Mediocre at best

What is your creative process like?

Joey: Wrestling with an alligator 



If you could go open a show for any artist who would it be? 

Jack: Harry Nilsson, just to make it happen

What is one message you would give to your fans?

Jack: Love each other

What is the most useless talent you have?

Joey: When I click my fingers, all the nearby dogs inflate with helium and float away

Do you sing in the shower? What songs?

Joey: All the hits…

The shower of love

Another second, minute or shower

It’s raining water 

What would you be doing right now, if it wasn’t for your music career?

Joey: Meeting my coworkers by the kettle to tremble with the ecstasy of having an office job 



Where have you performed? What are your favourite and least favourite venues? Do you have any upcoming shows?

Jack: We’ve got a big headline show at The Lexington on 26th February and then we’re off on our very own tour in April!

What is your favourite song to perform?

Jack: All 52 of the scene change interludes from Friends

Which famous musicians do you admire?

Jack: Ned Schneebly, Dewey Cox, Zack Mooneyham

What is the most trouble you’ve ever gotten into?

Joey: Sharting on the underground 

What is the best advice you’ve been given?

Joey: Let’s rock let’s rock today 

 What’s next for you?

Joey: Lunch



Live Dates

26/02/2022 – The Lexington, London (tickets)
15/04/2022 – Night & Day, Manchester
20/04/2022 – Jacaranda, Liverpool
21/04/2022 – Oporto, Leeds
22/04/2022 – The Lanes, Bristol
23/04/2022 – Green Door Store, Brighton
24/04/2022 – The Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
26/04/2022 – Sneaky Pete’s, Edinburgh
27/04/2022 – Broadcast, Glasgow
28/04/2022 – Head Of Steam, Newcastle