Tim Atlas x honeywhip Shares “Peace At Last”

January 11, 2021 BY Nettwerk

Out now, Oakland-born, L.A.-based DIY writer/producer and multi-instrumentalist Tim Atlas and honeywhip, a dream-pop indie duo that started in Tokyo, share “Peace At Last,” an upbeat, jangly song that reflects on a “year of disruption” and the new hope amid the challenges.

We understand the timing of this release doesn’t reflect peace. With everything from COVID to political division to civic unrest, all sort of wrapped in a blanket of anxiety, it can be difficult to find the light. But amidst all the chaos, I hope this song helps you navigate some of the challenges you’ve faced in the last year. I’m feeling hopeful,” says Tim.

“Peace At Last” is available at all digital retailers here: https://timatlas.ffm.to/peaceatlast.

About Tim Atlas:

As a multi-faceted creative, Atlas is also a photographer, videographer, and graphic designer, Tim Atlas, known for his unique brand of downtempo R&B and Neo-soul akin to the sounds of Toro y Moi, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, and Rex Orange County initially made waves with his 2018 EP, All Talk! From there, Atlas went on to pick-up significant support among radio tastemakers including Zane Lowe on Beats 1, Arielle Free Radio One, and publications such as Paste, Complex, Under the Radar, Clash, EARMIK, Line of Best Fit, OnestoWatch, and many more.  After amassing over 40 million streams and love from Spotify, Apple Music, and more, Atlas embarked on a global tour marking key shows in London, New York, and Los Angeles, supporting The Magic City Hippies and Gold Room, debuting his first festival appearances at The Great Escape Festival in UK and Noise Pop in San Francisco. Tim Atlas is currently in the studio recording his forthcoming new EP to be released on Nettwerk Records in 2021. Check out previously released singles “Cold Shoulder” and “Wallflower.”


About honeywhip:

honeywhip is a duo, formed in Tokyo and currently based in Los Angeles. the project came out of a period of some culture shock and at times, deep isolation, but also a time where we were feeling intensely creative and inspired. the walls in our apartment in Shibuya were paper-thin, and we were afraid of being evicted, so we did all our early demos on headphones with whispered vocals. when our visas ran out we left Japan and ended up in LA, where we set about finishing all the songs we had written. we record, mix and master everything at home, and released our first song in 2020.