Coming up with songs for a 10th album after playing nearly two decades together might sound like a daunting task for many bands. For the Honeydogs, it took less than a week to put together an album full of worry, pain and hope.
Their first full length in four years, What Comes After continues in the vein of the stripped-down Americana sound that has been featured on more recent Honeydogs records. At center stage, as always, are singer Adam Levy's vocals and intelligent and emotionally vulnerable word-play.
Songs performed: "Always A Long Time," "Broke It, Buy It," and "Aubben".
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