It's a self-styled 70s alt-country sing-along turned Krautrock jam...

Honey Harper has shared his dreamy, wistful new single 'Tomorrow Never Comes'.

The songwriter seems to nail this kind of frail, bleached out Americana, so affecting while also being utterly beautiful.

Matching early 70s reference points - Gram Parsons for one - against a modern outlook, recent cuts ‘Strawberry Lite’ and ‘Vaguely Satisfied' marked the arrival of a true original.

New single 'Tomorrow Never Comes' is out now on ATO Records, and it's born from the blissful early days of a relationships.

Self-styled as a 70s alt-country sing-along meets Krautrock jammer, 'Tomorrow Never Loves' glows with sunshine.

He explains: "'Tomorrow Never Comes' is my 70s alt-country sing-along turned Krautrock jam that simply is about the early days of me and my wife/co-writer's love and relationship. It's a musical and personal celebration of summer. In the song, I sing about how my wife and I were possibly aligned/meant to be because of our astrological signs."

"She is a Gemini and I am a classic Leo so we begin and end the summer season (though not in strict astrological terms). So Happy Birthday to all the fellow Geminis and Leos and Happy Summer to everyone!"

Tune in now.

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