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Alright

by Honey and the Heroine

This dynamic debut album from New Wave Rock band HONEY AND THE HEROINE delivers a high-energy, diverse collection of original hits that balances powerful guitar-work with synth pop sensibilities.
Genre: Rock: Punk-Pop
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1. Allez
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2. St. Bartholomew's Day
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3. Alright
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4. Elisha
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5. Feel
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6. Hum Along
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7. Lies
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8. Connect the Dots
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9. This House
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
ALRIGHT was produced and mixed by Jerry Andrews of Zona Sound (Beck, The Killers, Maria Mckee, Blur). Tracked in iconic 80's band Berlin's former studio, this is the debut album from composer-music editor Ren Stewart, Pete Fielis and Lee Norton who formed HONEY AND THE HEROINE in 2012. The album features a diverse collection of songs united by their sonic approach of tempering powerful guitars with raw synths and complex vocal harmonies (undoubtedly influenced by Ren Stewart's time as an apprentice composer for Mark Mothersbaugh of DEVO). The songs range from themes of connection/disconnection (Alright, Feel, Elisha) to pop culture/media (Lies, Connect the Dots) and juxtapose the instrumental levity of the songs with biting and often darker lyrical content. ALRIGHT delivers radio-ready tunes reminiscent of Metric, Garbage and Paramore's energy and style.

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