Dirty Honey details self-titled debut album; listen to new song "California Dreamin'" now

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Dirty Honey has announced the details of the band’s debut full-length album.

The eight-track record, which is self-titled, arrives April 23. It follows Dirty Honey’s 2019 self-titled EP, which spawned the singles “When I’m Gone” and “Rolling 7s.”

The first single is an original called “California Dreamin'” — not to be confused with the Mamas and the Papas classic. You can download the track now via digital outlets. Its accompanying video, which explores “the good, the bad and the ugly” of the Golden State, is streaming now on YouTube.

“Lots of people come out to California, chasing a dream, and sometimes, people just don’t make it,” says frontman Marc LaBelle. “California isn’t always the ‘land of milk and honey,’ dreams don’t always come true here, and that’s the perspective this song and video take.”

Here’s the Dirty Honey track list:

“California Dreamin'”
“The Wire”
“Tied Up”
“Take My Hand”
“No Warning”
“The Morning”
“Another Last Time”

By Josh Johnson
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