Yes, their average age is under 12, but the first single from South London sisters the Honey Hahs is endearing for reasons beyond a that’s-nice-dear encouragement of youthful endeavour. ‘OK’ is a bittersweet acoustic ballad with strong harmonies and lyrics that are wise beyond the years of the people singing them.
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This record is by three sisters who average out at a mean age of eleven and a half. I feel like they deserve a super positive review just for the effort of being young and creative but also the 7” is actually enjoyable. “OK” is a soft synthesis of bright strums and family harmonies drawn closer by the quiet of the room they’re in. It’s really quite nice and is backed by “Beer Fear”, which relative to its predecessor is something of a rocker, some super loud drums coming through with the chords amped up -- the sisters take turn on lead vocals on a track that sounds, in its rawness and sparsity, a little bit gothic. Despite its simplicity, the Honey Hahs carry this song over a bridge of floating harmonies and wayward riffs -- a scarily good effort that should make us all feel ashamed of our teenage attempts to write songs with our friends.
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