Fresh off of their debut album and on their first headlining tour through Europe, British rockers Black Honey played an energetic show at Berlin’s Cassiopeia. The dreamy four-piece band carry themselves in a way that is larger than life. It is like they have come straight out of a comic book that takes place in a world of their own devise. They have a clear aesthetic and coherent visual thread that runs from their album covers and cinematic music videos through to their stage presence.

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Glittering frontwoman Izzy Baxter commanded the helm of what was a dance-filled night. Although the crowd was generally tame, a mosh pit broke out during Somebody Better. Notably, Baxter ask the names of fans in the front, and then, dedicated their song Baby to them. As the band does not believe in encores, their last song became even more special. Fans jumped on stage, danced, and sung along to every word of Midnight – an endearing moment between a group of fans and the band alike.

Black Honey / Cassiopeia / (c) Alex Howard
Black Honey / Cassiopeia / (c) Alex Howard
Black Honey / Cassiopeia / (c) Alex Howard
Black Honey / Cassiopeia / (c) Alex Howard
Black Honey / Cassiopeia / (c) Alex Howard
Black Honey / Cassiopeia / (c) Alex Howard
Black Honey / Cassiopeia / (c) Alex Howard
Black Honey / Cassiopeia / (c) Alex Howard
Black Honey / Cassiopeia / (c) Alex Howard
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