Few indie acts have the pull to sell out two consecutive shows in a city like Singapore – but Honne‘s live performances, much like its music, are far from ordinary. The English duo, consisting of James Hatcher and Andy Clutterbuck, have been quietly building a fanatical fanbase with their electronic-inflected brand of soul, bringing influences of ’70s and ’80s funk into present day sonics.
During their recent visit hosted by Moonbeats Asia, the humble and hilarious pair sat down with us for a round of Artiste vs. Artiste, in which they comment on working with Hot Chip, Nao’s impeccable musicianship, and James Blake’s notoriously loud bass levels. Watch the full interview below.
Read our review of Honne’s debut performance in Singapore HERE.