SINGLE REVIEW: Greyson Chance – Honeysuckle

After reintroducing himself to the world with the highly acclaimed and long awaited sophomore album ‘portraits’ last year, Greyson Chance is currently preparing the release of his follow up record ‘Trophies’ for later this year. 

With the release of the euphoric ‘Dancing Next To Me’, he’s ready to keep the good vibes flowing with a song dedicated to summer. ‘Honeysuckle’ is a pulsating track that experiments with vocoder, distortion and a DIY foundation. 

The different playful attributes provide that experimental layering and heads towards a Cub Sport influenced sound that oozes a pop sensibility with shared likeabilties to Lauv and Conan Gray. 

It sonically captures that summer essence that transports you to roadtrips along coastal roads. 

“When you’re reckless in the summer, that heat. You let him wonder, but you never let him sink in his teeth. No one can touch you when you move” he sings. 

It’s one of his most experimentally charged songs yet and it’s an exciting direction for him to head in.