Having spent a year hard at work in the studio since their 2018 EP release, Stereo Honey recently emerged with their latest single ‘You Are A Monster‘. The track is the first cut taken from their forthcoming debut album which is set for release early next year. ‘You Are A Monster’ has dark undertones which are lifted into something anthemic, even stadium ready in the chorus. Stereo Honey are currently supporting Amber Run on their dates across the UK.
Speaking of the track, frontman and lyricist Pete Restrick has said: “It’s a song about hopelessness and love but it’s not a hopeless song. The title is meant to be provocative. They’re words I’m not exactly comfortable singing based on the simple realisation that in the midst of your own toxicity and self-loathing you can become your own worst enemy.”
“I struggle with anxiety and depression and I wasn’t in the best place emotionally when I wrote these lyrics. I felt trapped in a very negative cycle, constantly punishing myself, unable to climb out of the hole that I’d dug. This song was an attempt to navigate my emotions and come to some sort of new understanding of my well-being, which feels really positive.”