The Honey Brothers
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The Honey Brothers

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"STATUS magazine review"

"This EP is unbelievable! Combining the zaniness of Ween with hooks worthy of Blue Album-era Weezer (the hilarious and unstoppable therapy pop -- you’ll see -- of “Some of Them Are Nice Days”), the Honey Brothers launch a ukulele-driven mish-mash of Hawaiian back woods, indie glam rock. “Little Boy” is earnest and odd, like 60s country meets the White Stripes jangle-y, down home Appalachian cousins. “Drunkard’s Lament” is actually an old-time traditional cautionary tale (think the Harry Smith Folk Anthologies). Finally, “Ze Last Drag” is like Beck doing Serge Gainsbourg -- yes, amazing, and “Coney Island (I Am Yours)” is a curious Grandaddy-like pop number. Somebody sign these guys, we need a full-length." -- Charles Spano - Status magazine

"The Village Voice"

Topping off the show at Joe's Pub are the infamous Honey Brothers, masters of Hawaiian-Appalachian Glam Rock. - ?


"Honey 4 U," their demo EP, has been played many times on KXLU Los Angeles, WFMU NY, as well as stations in Germany. "Songs for Your Sister," a full-length record, is being finished.


Feeling a bit camera shy


Combining ukulele, electric guitar, and four-part harmonies, THE HONEY BROTHERS are one of the funnest bicoastal rock bands. They play clubs in New York and L.A., as well as private parties. That's parties, not weddings, folks.

And sometimes they sing in French.

An album is in the works.