HONNE have just released their third album, Let’s Just Say The World Ended A Week From Now, What Would You Do?, and they've already set out their plans for the 100-year anniversary of the release.
The duo have locked a song called End Of The World in a one-of-a-kind digital time capsule, with the track set to be available on October 22nd, 2121 - the 100-year anniversary of the album.
Writing on the website for the time capsule, the band explains, “Back in 2021, we – HONNE – released an album (a collection of songs) entitled Let’s Just Say The World Ended A Week From Now, What Would You Do? and decided to lock one unreleased song from this album in a digital safe.
"The safe opens 22.10.2121. On this website. If websites even exist then. We hope a future generation finds this and cherishes it, long after we’re gone. We love you guys. Thank you for the life you gave us.”
It's exciting (and somewhat terrifying) to think about what the world will look like when this track finally sees the light of day, 100 years from now. What will music be like? What will humans be like? Maybe people will be rediscovering HONNE's music on Mars.
If you're looking to track the progress of the time capsule, then you can visit the website here. Set this as your home page - the countdown's going to go for a while... In the meantime, you can get a sense of what the hidden track might sound like by checking out Let’s Just Say The World Ended A Week From Now, What Would You Do? below!