British electric-pop duo Honne will return to play in Bangkok  barely a year after their last sold-out show here. 

Concert organizers Mangosteen Music Festival and Jamm announced the Jul 25 will take place at GMM Live House (8/F, Centralworld) whose capacity is around 3,000 people. 

Honne, whose last Bangkok show in Mar sold out in lightning quick time, will be joined on the night by local indie acts Mean and The Toys.

Formed in 2014 and consisting of James Hatcher (producer) and Andy Clutterbuck (singer/producer), Honne made a name for themselves through hit EPs Warm on a Cold Night, All in the Value and Coastal Love. Their 2016 debut album, Warm on a Cold Night, included hits like "Someone that Loves You" and "It Ain’t Wrong Loving You." Now they're touring to promote their second album Love Me / Love Me Not, due for release in August, which has already spawned popular tracks like "Me&You" and "I Just Wanna Go Back."

Missed out on tickets last time? Console yourself with our interview with the charming duo just moments before the show last year. 

Tickets are B1,600 and can be purchased from Ticket Melon from this Saturday, May 19.

Check out one of Honne's smooth tracks below: