April 30, 2012, 10:00 am
When we first met honeyhoney, they were on Kiefer Sutherland's record label. Already armed with Nashville sound and 'tude, they have made the flip complete.
I like this description I found on a Spinner interview the duo did:
You describe your music as rocktastic, freaky-deaky. What makes it that?
Ben: I think our attitudes make it freaky.
Suzanne: I agree. I can second that.
Ben: Oh, and our desire to play loud rock music, which we don't really do. I think rocktastic is more of a goal.
Suzanne: I don't know. That show at Dakota Lounge the other week I was head banging while we were playing one of our songs, and I'm just saying, that was pretty exciting, we're almost there Ben.
Here's a full-length podcast and videos from their session in the Bing Lounge
Underground Los Angeles indie roots duo honeyhoney recently announced a new home for their Nashville-influenced sound -- Nashville's Lost Highway Records, an imprint of powerhouse label Universal Music Group, home of Shania Twain, Sugarland, Vince Gill, George Strait and several more big country names.
Find out more about honeyhoney HERE.