LA duo The Brinks‘ magnetizing and melodic new single is “Honey”, and only out a month now, has Already hit a million streams!
The Brinks (producer/keyboards Matt Friedman and Australian singer Scott Mellis) have spent the last year recording, culminating in the release of their new single “Honey”. This follows up their last breakout single, “Temporary Love”, which apart from spins at KYSR/LA and KITS/San Francisco, amassed 35 Million Streams, as well as snagged #1’s on both Hype Machine’s Popular Chart and Spotify’s 2016 Ultimate Indie Playlist!
“It really started as a reaction to all the dark stuff going on in the world and just wanting to make a song that felt good. The lyrics are a little abstract and psychedelic, but loosely its about going on a journey and searching for something.”–singer Scott Mellis on “Honey”
“The Brinks have been making a name for themselves since the release of their title tack ‘Temporary Love.’ Like Father John Misty coiling into the west coast vibe of early Neighbourhood releases.” – Complex
“Something special” – Clash
“The Brinks are taking alt-pop to a new level” – Bullett
“Promising newcomers” – Popdust
“Instantly grabs” – Indie Shuffle