“Cigarette” is the latest addictive single released by LA-based female trio Honey County.
The song is honest and raw and compares an unhealthy relationship to a
cigarette addiction. The emotional music video for the song premiered
today on CMT Music’s television channel and can be seen on CMT.com and YouTube. “Cigarette” can be found on all digital platforms.
“This is one of the most sincere songs we’ve written with co-writer
Kalie Shorr. We were all in the writing room literally spilling our
hearts out and it came together in this sad, beautiful ballad. It was
really therapeutic to write and we hope that it will resonate with
anyone that also feels all the feels in this song – we want others to
know that they’re not alone.” – Honey County
Honey County is currently wrapping their “Sale of the Summer” tour,
where they played over 25 shows across the U.S. this fall, including
several dates on military bases with hit-makers Thompson Square. They
will be performing at The Local in Nashville on Nov. 15 at 5 p.m. Follow
Honey County on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. Keep up with their tour dates on their website at www.honeycounty.com.
Honey County Tour Dates
Nov. 7 – Anaheim, Calif. – The Ranch
Nov. 9 – Anaheim, Calif. – The Fifth
Nov. 15 – Nashville, Tenn. – The Local
Nov. 16 – Fort Knox, Ky. – Saber & Quill (w/Thompson Square)
About Honey County
Rooted in three-part vocal harmonies, southern twang, and pop hooks, Honey County is
a female country trio featuring the stacked voices, songwriting and
layered guitar work of Dani Rose, Devon Jane and Katie Stump. As one of
Rolling Stone’s “Top 10 Artists You Need To Know,” the band has
maintained a busy schedule both onstage and in the studio, sharing shows
with artists like Lady Antebellum, Brett Eldredge, Jake Owen and Easton
Corbin while also crafting modern, melody-based country songs. With a
prestigious placement of their song ‘Love Someone’ featured in an
episode of CMT’s ‘Nashville’ this past summer, the band is excited to be
working on new music and plans to release an EP in late 2018. This is
country-wide country music, presented in three-part harmony. Keep up
with Honey County on their website at www.honeycounty.com.