Church, Honey release debut single "Pity Sex"

Church, Honey is the latest project from York based by singer-songwriter Ben James Miller and today he has released this stadium ready new single "Pity Sex", the track is his first to be released on Spotify however he's already released 3 EPs under his real name.

Speaking about the new project Ben says - "Church, Honey is a brand-new project from myself, returning after a three-year hiatus. I wanted to depart from my previous material and create something that sounded huge, catchy and something people can dance to."

"Pity Sex" was recorded at Young Thugs Studio in York with Jonny Hooker over 2 sessions with  Jonny also providing additional keys, drums and produced the track. The single itself is a chillout and piano laced.

Having had his previous work being played on BBC Introducing, Spark Radio and Amazing Radio there already some expectation and it really sounds like he's lived up to it.

The intro is a massive tease as before the chorus the track takes on another form, with it sounding like a track straight out of the early 00's piano lead alt-rock scene, anyone else remember Air Traffic, Keane and Travis? It sound like something these guys wrote in their peak. It also seems like the track sounds like it's been written with arenas in mind, some huge foresight as we feel like Church, Honey is onto something big, we can just tell.

Commenting on the track the singer-songwriter states - "The song is about the last night spent with an ex-lover before you go your separate ways - it is a passion-fuelled plea for one last moment of hazy-normality before clarity sinks in and you both go to live the rest of your lives apart."

As far as debut singles go this is nothing short of phenomenal, Church, Honey can quite easily be one of the most exciting alternative acts to break out from North Yorkshire, just wait as it won't be long until he's being played on national radio.