On the "Beer Fear" video, the band had this to say:
"We made this video on our Mum's phone when we came back from holiday in the Summer. It's shot in Bristol where our Grandma lives and we went round her local park and shops which was really fun! The shot with the old lady eating a cherry is our Grandma, she wasn't very happy about being in it but we also managed to catch her walking down the road to get her paper with her walking stick! Our younger sister Freida is also in it she was quite hard to persuade too but we like the way it has old and young in it. Hope you like it! Love from Honey Hahs."
Honey Hahs are three sisters from Honor Oak Park in South London, their average age is only 11 and a ½ years old. Their songs reflect a disarmingly frank child’s-eye view of the world that seems to hit the nail on the head effortlessly. Rowan plays guitar and piano, Robin plays bass and Sylvie plays drums, and they all sing and harmonise.
“Don't get too hung up on how old the people who made this record are: these songs speak to a spirit that is inside all of us - it's just that it sometimes gets buried by age. It's nice to be reminded of this time-honoured truth: the Youth will save us!” - Jarvis Cocker
Honey Hahs will release their debut album for Rough Trade Records next year. Before that, however, they will be performing at the Les Inrocks festival in Paris on 25th November 2017.