Oh Honey

Oh Honey

It’s been a pretty stellar ride for Brooklyn duo Oh Honey (vocalist/guitarist

It’s been a pretty stellar ride for Brooklyn duo Oh Honey (vocalist/guitarist Mitchy Collins and singer Danielle Bouchard) since the release of “Be Okay” from the With Love EP. The song’s folk-pop bounce and the tried-and-true “oh oh oh”s in the chorus caught the attention of Fueled by Ramen, home to acts like Paramore and Young the Giant, and led to two more EPs, Sincerely Yours and the recently released Wish You Were Here, the third of four parts in the duo’s “Postcard” series. Wish is as feel-good as “Be Okay” and should appease fans until Until Next Time is released later this year. Then a debut full-length is most likely on the horizon. With Public. The Crocodile, 2200 Second Ave., 441-4618, thecrocodile.com. 8 p.m. $12. All ages. ACPDear Diary, Mood: Morose. The band’s name may say emo, but its low, droning guitars and deep-throated screams say doom-and-gloom-core. There isn’t much else to know about the band—it’s pretty far off the grid. Its Facebook page lists its members only by their first initials: J, C, R, A. There are no photos, and only a solitary six-minute practice recording of a song called “Dehumanize” on its Bandcamp. I’m dying to go to the show just to see if this band actually exists IRL. With Muscle and Marrow, Same Sex Dictator, KA. Narwhal, 1118 E. Pike St., 325-6492, unicornseattle.com. 9 p.m. $7. 21 and over. DML


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