18-year-old Honey Mooncie began writing songs at just 11-years-old, influenced by jazz greats whilst developing her own unique style.
Her modern jazz sound draws from a wide range of contemporary artists including Bruno Major, Lianne La Havas, Joy Crookes & Poppy Ajudha.
Honey played an outstanding first live performance at The Troubadour in Jan-19 and has since received glowing reviews for shows at The Bedford, Hampstead Jazz Club & Alternative Escape 2019.
She recently featured at Communion @ Notting Hill Arts Club and supported James Gillespie @ Oslo.
Her debut single ‘Should’ve Been You’ co-written and produced by Tobie Tripp (Tom Misch) will be released 4th Oct on frtyfve Records.
The track is the first from a body of work she has created with Tobie which will form her debut EP.