Fake Empire präsentiert:

PALE HONEY (Indie-Rock/Göteburg-Schweden)

„Their music is really kicked back but it still comes with a clear and

intense vibe

to it. It’s almost provoking how easy they blend coolness with heat

and just totally get away with it.

On stage the band performs as a trio consisting of singer/guitarist

Tuva, drummer Nelly and always backed up by a cool bass player. You

don’t have to question why they sound like they do or how they get to

be so sincere and nonchalant at the same time. It’s just obvious.

You’ll get it.

The band is releasing their first EP in May, and right now they’re

working on their de- but album which is to be released later this


Pale Honey is the type you just know you wanna get more of. And you

will. Promise“

Pressestimmen zur neuen Single „Youth“:


„But when her guitar explodes into the frenzied, nervy bolt of the

chorus, she keeps her voice subdued, creating this sense of tension

and control that adds an intimate, feminine layer to the song.“

Q:“Despite the wild-eyed tension in the riffs of Youth, Swedish art-rock

duo Pale Honey remain coolly poised throughout the three-minutes of

their latest single, in which fans of PJ Harvey and Sleater-Kinney

will find a lot to love.“

Clash Mag.:”New track ‚Youth‘ opens with deft guitar and skittering drums, before

suddenly snapping into gear. Capable of shifting intensity within a

few seconds, Pale Honey have a remarkable sense of control for such a

fresh group.”


THE HOPE FEAT. U.T.E (Indiepop/Hannover)

HOPE featuring U.T.E

Unbeeindruckt von kurzlebigen Trends, bleibt die Band um Gitarrist

Harry Hartgeld

und Sänger Karsten DeMark ihrem stilechten Schrammel-Pop-Rock treu.

Unterstützt am Bass und den Drums von ehemaligen Mitgliedern

der Crocodile Tears und Vortschreitenden Angstzuständen haben

die Boys seit ihrem legendären Dachkonzert im Dunkelberggang alles

erreicht und müssen sich hinter großen Namen wie den

Beatles oder U2 nicht mehr verstecken.