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Toronto Alt-R&B collective Honors drops the new single ‘Feel Better’

Honors - Feel Better (Audio)

Honors – Feel Better (Audio)

Anthemic track Feel Better comes with Honors. And when we say Honors, we mean the alternative R&B collective based in Toronto, Canada. And as much they speak about feeling better when they’re broke and alone, the track still gives off a celebratory feel. Read more about the single here:

After teasing their sky-high capabilities with a string of singles over the past two years, alt-r&b collective HONORS are finally prepared to deliver their debut album. The long-awaited record is led by “Feel Better”, an anthemic ode to all of those who embrace their status as the underdogs and overlooked. The group’s intentions are crystal clear on the hook as they proclaim, “I feel better when I’m broken, I feel better when I’m lonely, I feel better with no money.”

While it’s the lead single from their forthcoming full length, “Feel Better” has actually been 10 years in the making as HONORS have played in an array of projects together since they were teenagers while working alongside household names like Timbaland and Boi-1da along the way. In the time they’ve been known as HONORS, the outfit has already allotted over 20 million streams, reached #1 on Spotify’s Global Viral chart, and performed at festivals internationally.

Take a listen to Honors‘ new single Feel Better on SoundCloud below.

Honors - Feel Better (Audio) single

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