13th October 2023 7:30 pm - 11:30 pm Ramsgate Music Hall - CT11 8NJ

As part of our 10-year anniversary month, we’re incredibly pleased to welcome back one of our favourite artists for a special solo show!

Stina Marie Claire, AKA Honeyblood, will be returning to Ramsgate on Friday 13th October. There are no guarantees that black cats will feature… but you never know!

“Honeyblood is visceral pop music giving its prettiest snarl”NME

Backed by her supporting live band, Honeyblood is one of the most successful breakout Scottish acts in recent years; having completed sold-out headline tours across the UK, US, Europe, Australia and Asia, as well as having shared stages with the likes of Foo Fighters, Wolf Alice and Garbage. Heavily championed by press and radio alike, Honeyblood has released three critically acclaimed albums – each Nominated for the Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) Award – and has long-time fans in BBC Radio 6 Music, BBC Radio 1, Q and The Guardian to name but a few.

Honeyblood’s latest album – ‘In Plain Sight’ – was released in May 2019 on Marathon Artists. Recorded in LA and produced by John Congleton (Angel Olsen, St Vincent), the record marked a pivotal turning point in Honeyblood’s journey, with Stina taking full control of the project as her sole creative vision and releasing her most ambitious and experimental output to date. Tweeddale has evolved Honeyblood to become her vehicle for delivering anthemic and life-affirming songs that deeply resonate with fans across the globe.

Now being able to re-commence work on the fourth Honeyblood record, it’s shaping up to be the defining album of her career. Packed with songs that are well-crafted, powerful and fully-formed, the fourth LP is set to leave listeners hooked in an instant and take Honeyblood to exciting and hard-earned new heights.

“Full of devilishly infectious yell-along choruses, call-and-response guitar lines and a heart-warming gang mentality”DIY

“Her tracks – often blisteringly anthemic – demonstrate an understanding of the medium that others often lack, with Tweeddale refreshingly unafraid to modernize whilst paying clear homage to the sounds and themes of ’90s Riot Grrrl”The Line of Best Fit