NewsDirty Honey Offers Fans Studio Update

Dirty Honey Offers Fans Studio Update


Clockwise, from left, in Byron Bay, Australia: Jayson Bean, Justin Smolian, Marc LaBelle, John Notto
Photo Credit: Glenn Mossop

June 13 — Fans of up-and-coming rock act Dirty Honey will not have to wait too much longer for some new music from the band.

Members of the band announced Tuesday, the group is in the studio, working on its sophomore album, Can’t Find The Brakes. The album’s lead single, ‘Won’t Take Me Alive’ is expected for release July 7. Its premiere will come more than two years after the band released its debut self-titled album through Dirt Records.

Dirty Honey produced a trio of singles: ‘Another Last Time,’ ‘The Wire,’ and ‘California Dreamin’.’

In other news, Dirty Honey’s members also announced in the band’s latest update, it is planning to launch a new world tour in September. The first leg of the tour — a North American run — will see the band serving as support for Guns N’ Roses. From there, the band will launch the headlining portion of its tour from October to December.

More information on Dirty Honey’s new album, single and tour schedule is available along with the group’s latest news at: