We’ve been singing the praises of Dirty Honey for a while, so you should be well versed in all things DH.
Now they are blessing us with a sparkling new album, and to get you amped for it, they have just kicked off their Can’t Find the Brakes 2023 North American headline tour. In fact, SoCal residents can catch it this weekend!
Marc LaBelle (vocals), John Notto (guitar), Justin Smolian (bass), and Jaydon Bean (drums) will bring their bluesy rock style back to our ears when they drop “Can’t Find the Brakes” on November 3rd. So far they have given us a taste with their single, “Won’t Take Me Alive,” which is hanging out in the top 15 on the rock charts.
This week they released “Coming Home,” a “deeply personal, heartfelt tale of love and life’s everyday challenges” ballad.
As for the tour, it will cover 39 dates, keeping the band on the road through mid-December. This will be our first look at Bean as the drummer (previous drummer Corey Coverstone left the band due to his preference of staying close to home) after their sold-out European tour.
Dirty Honey will bring Austin Meade along as support.
Catch Dirty Honey this Saturday at The Observatory North Park in San Diego before they crisscross the US.
They’ll swing back through Los Angeles on November 20th with a show at The Belasco. Tickets are on sale now!