The two-track single takes you on a journey through the winding roads that are the insides of a young psychedelic rock band from London's mind. The tracks twist and turn through love, lust, boredom and love again. With a-side Best In Town, a relaxing two-and-a-half minute trip through soft guitars and evener softer vocals. It instantly brings your blood pressure down and would help soothe even the most agitated of souls. It sounds like a mix between Alex Turner's crooning on the last Last Shadow Puppets LP, the beach boys and Jefferson Airplane. A very satisfying mix indeed.
The vibe continues onto the b-side, Summer Days, it is becoming abundantly clear these London lads are very much in love. Whether they are in love or it unrequited is yet to be determined however. The song opens to the sweet rhythmic chimes of an acoustic guitar which, accompanies the floating vocals perfectly. The song is just as tantalising as the last.
This single is defined by whirling tracks revolving around the love which, like the first half of the EP, oozes from the record as honey oozes from a crumpet. Honey Moon are a band of real talent, if their latest effort is anything to go by they're going to be rising higher then the smoke from their cigarettes. Definitely a band to watch out for.