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(New York, NY – April 20, 2021) With one out of four Americans now fully vaccinated and normalcy on the horizon, we can all start to focus on the things we enjoy the most. West Coast-based folk band Good Job Honey invites you to let your hair down and groove to their cheeky debut single, “Lazy Lovin.”The blues-infused folk track highlights the band’s unconventional humor while showcasing their musical versatility. With suggestive lyrics that make you blush, the song paints a picture of a well-deserved but listless roll in the hay. Good Job Honey unveils “Lazy Lovin” on all digital platforms on Today, April 20, 2021. The song is the first release from the trio’s long awaited debut album,Why You So Sticky, out July 30, 2021,
Originating in Mendocino, CA, while enjoying a few special brownies, cannabis farmers April and Sean Robert alongside Sean’s brother, Austin, formed Good Job Honey in 2012. A year later, the trio expanded to include violinist Tommy Letchworth, drummer Colin Braley, trumpeter Tucker Heintzand bassist Gio Betus. After multiple unforeseen hardships, Good Job Honey is set to release their whimsical, eclectic debut album, Why You So Sticky, on July 30, 2021.
Be sure to check out Good Job Honey and their new single, “Lazy Lovin,”out now on all streaming platforms.
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More About Good Job Honey
The eccentric folk fusion band, Good Job Honey, consists of siblings Austin and Sean Roberts and April Roberts. Formed in 2012 in Ashland, Oregon, the trio performed throughout the Pacific Northwest with local Oregonian band Jive Coulis. Through several life events and hardships, including Sean and April’s home burning in the tragic Almeda fire in 2020, the band continued to persevere and hone their musical talents. This summer, the small town indie band is excited to share their artistry and offbeat personalities with the release of their debut album Why You So Sticky on July 30th.