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Nuclear Honey / Press

“Nuclear Honey’s album Nobody Panic is what goes on when firing up the grill as well as having a glass of Summer Basil in my hand from Fullsteam. Good vibes, good food, good buzz.”

“On their second effort, the Kickstarter-funded Nobody Panic, Raleigh's Nuclear Honey swaps the casual acoustic sound of their debut EP, Tombstone Sessions, for a full-band presentation. As it steers the band into comfortable Southern rock grooves and flirts with jam-band looseness, the expanded lineup mostly suits the easygoing songs penned by guitarists Gray Henderson and Reaves Greer.”

“Nuclear Honey brings a rock and roll attitude, great guitar work... well worth listening to if you like folk music with balls.”

“There's an understated swagger to the songs of Raleigh's Nuclear Honey. Modestly twanged and passionately sung, they aim not to amaze but please with soft folk melodies polished in a way that doesn't strip their grit. Gray Henderson and Reaves Greer started this duo after stints with popular local outfits Ascella Vega and Sign of the Rhino, respectively. They share songwriting duties here while sticking to unfettered twin-guitar arrangements.”