Having firmly established themselves
within the inner circle of Nashville’s elite, UK band Honey Ryder return
to spearhead the British country crossover invasion with their third
studio album, ‘Born In A Bottle
‘. To celebrate this they have announced a mini tour.
Honey Ryder have already kicked off a busy festival season of touring
with two performances at C2C at the O2 in March, followed by the Isle Of
Wight Festival in June. Following this, they will be appearing at
Weyfest and Fort San Antone Festival later it the year. The tour will be
kicking off o the 30th July in London and the band will be on the road
for the rest of year.
‘Drink With Me’
the first single from the album. “We wanted to write a summery feel
good song about hanging out with friends and partying, inspired by the
bright lights of Downtown Nashville”, explains lead singer Lindsay
O’Mahony. “We had just come back to our hotel after a fantastic night at
a bar called Pucketts, where we feasted on deep fried green beans and
drank beer out of jam jars, and felt inspired to write, so we started
jamming and within a few hours the song was pretty much finished. We
then recorded it a few days later over at Ocean Way”.
Honey Ryder sophomore album ‘Marley’s Chains’ was a big hit on
Radio 2 and achieved album of the weeks on the likes of Smooth Radio and
Music Week. With hits such as ‘Fly Away’ and ‘Marley Chains’ the album
received huge support all over the world, and ‘Born In A Bottle’ is sure
to share the same success.