#LoveMyHood: 24 hours in Glasgow with Honeyblood
We’ve been huge fans of the #LoveMyHood campaign from Bench, showcasing their connection with emerging talent and creatives, something that echoes our motto also! The #LoveMyHood campaign is a celebration of the city and the people who make it an exciting vibrant place to live. Playing on the dual meaning of the ‘hood’ – hoodie and neighbourhood, the campaign encourages a cross cultural exchange of city life and styles worldwide.
Scottish female two piece Honeyblood are the latest musical contributors to Bench’s #LoveMyHood guides to 24 hour life in our leading cities. This time Honeyblood’s home city of Glasgow becomes the focus as singer Stina Marie Claire shares a tour around her favourite neighbourhood hotspots.
Honeyblood, the brain child of Stina Marie Claire, supported by Cat Meyers on drums combine to form a minimal two-piece, celebrated for fusing fun alt-pop with gutsier, lo-fi punk-rock sounds. They have previously supported Sleigh Bells, Palma Violets and recently Belle and Sebastian on their US tour in March, Honeyblood have come a long way since their humble DIY beginnings.
Join Stina to explore 24 hours in Glasgow’s West End area of Finnieston in the video below/ reading more here.
You can catch Honeyblood on Bench’s social channels via @benchoriginal on Instagram, @Bench_Clothing on Twitter and @BenchOfficial on Facebook.
Bench are offering consumers the chance to win an incredible prize package which includes 2 x VIP festival tickets, flights to Spain for 2 people, £500 spending money and a years supply of Bench hoodies. The competition is now live on www.lovemyhood.me and closes on May 31st. Winners will be contacted directly on June 4th and announced to the police on June 8th.