Flora Cash Explore the Ugly Sides of an Unhealthy Relationship With Heart-Wrenching New Track

Flora Cash Explore the Ugly Sides of an Unhealthy Relationship With Heart-Wrenching New Track


Indie-pop act Flora Cash unveiled the lyric video for their new single "Honey Go Home" on Friday (Feb. 14) exclusively  Streets Talkin, and it's quite the blue Valentine.

In the animated visual, Shpresa Lleshaj and Cole Randall trade verses as they wade through an increasingly toxic, codependent relationship, from which neither can seem to escape.

"Why do you come my way/ Honey drop this if you won't stay/ Say it if it's dead and gone and/ Honey go home/ Why did you come back here/ Honey drop this, go your own way/ Put it in a frame and hang it and/ Honey go home," the bandmates — who are also husband and wife — croon as they each beg the other to leave.

“The song and the video represent different experiences we've had in relationships — ours with each other, as well as previous relationships we've been in," the pair tells Streets Talkin, "Where each person kind of enables the bad habits of the other, but is also desperately trying to help their partner change those habits."

They add, "Ultimately, the song is about two people who can't let what seems to be an unhealthy relationship die, because they've created unhealthy dependencies and have shared so much of themselves with each other. There is genuine love beneath the surface, but it's hard to manifest that love in a healthy way. It's a scenario we've both experienced.”

"Honey Go Home" is the Swedish-American duo's latest release in the lead-up to their forthcoming sophomore studio album Baby, It's Okay, due March 6 BEE & EI/RCA Records. The track follows fellow singles "You Love Me," "Missing Home" and "They Own This Town," as well as the band's 2019 EP Press.

Check out the exclusive premiere of the "Honey Go Home" lyric video below, and see Flora Cash's tour dates after the jump.

“Baby, It’s Okay” Tour Dates

March 21, 2020                     Vancouver, BC                      Fortune

March 22, 2020                     Seattle, WA                           Columbia City Theatre

March 23, 2020                     Portland, OR                         Doug Fir Lounge

March 25, 2020                     San Francisco, CA                The Independent

March 26, 2020                     Los Angeles, CA                   Roxy Theatre

March 27, 2020                     Santa Ana, CA                      La Santa

March 28, 2020                     Phoenix, AZ                            Valley Bar

March 30, 2020                     Salt Lake City, UT                    Metro

March 31, 2020                     Denver, CO                              Bluebird

April 1, 2020                          Kansas City, MO                   Record Bar

April 3, 2020                          Dallas, TX                             House of Blues – Cambridge

April 4, 2020                          Austin, TX                             Parish

April 6, 2020                          Atlanta, GA                               Aisle 5

April 7, 2020                          Nashville, TN                            Basement East

April 9, 2020                          Chicago, IL                               Lincoln Hall

April 10, 2020                         Minneapolis,                               MN Fine Line

April 11, 2020                         Milwaukee, WI                         Back Room @ Collectivo

April 13, 2020                         New York, NY                           Bowery Ballroom

April 14, 2020                         Philadelphia, PA                         The Foundry

April 15, 2020                         Washington, DC                         U Street Music Hall

April 16, 2020                         Boston, MA                               Brighton Music Hall

April 18, 2020                         Toronto, ON                               The Velvet Underground