Honors release “Compromise” single; announce album release date
The new single “Compromise” seamlessly weaves alt rock, R&B, and gospel for a powerful pop anthem.
Honors, the new alt-R&B group making waves with hits “Feel Better” and “Over,” share their latest single “Compromise” and announce the release date for their debut full-length album Feel Better, out November 9 via PRMD. The album is available to pre-order now. “Compromise,” which premiered yesterday on Ones to Watch, and can be heard below.
The new song “Compromise” coincides with the album’s theme of overcoming setbacks, building a positive outlook in hard times, and self-actualization. Honors explain, “Compromise” is a song about staying true to yourself in the face of losing the things you love. Life is full of choices; we’re forced to make decisions that question our comfort, our values, and our relationships.”
“The freshly-minted alternative R&B group Honors has returned with another single guaranteed to be a hit. Honors has a soulful style that transcends genres and they wouldn’t have it any other way.” – Ones to Watch
Last week, the band shared an ambient music video for their latest single “Feel Better,” which was featured on Spotify’s New Music Friday, Apple’s Best Of The Week, and playlists from Complex Magazine and CloudKid, among others.
Earlier this year, the group received worldwide attention for their successful #1 Global Viral Spotify chart hit “Over”. Honors’ sound has been described as “dazzling alternative R&B full of superb vocal harmonies”.
“Honors’ sound merges electronic elements with pop and alternative R&B, delivering cool stylish music full of dynamic melodies, cogent lyrics and contagious rhythms.”
– Huffington Post
Originally from Toronto, they spend time between home and Los Angeles. Before the recent founding of Honors, its members have collaborated with everyone from Timbaland to Boi-1da, Illangelo, and Ludwig Goransson.
The group is gearing up for additional tour dates to be announced, following multiple shows in LA this month, a San Francisco set with NoMBE earlier this week, and the forthcoming album release performance in their hometown on Friday, Nov. 9 at Danforth Music Hall.
For more information and tickets, visit Honors on Facebook.
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