Honey

Ages 21 and up
Saturday, November 27
Doors: 8pm
$12

*Proof of Covid-19 vaccination required for entry*

*Attendees are encouraged to wear masks while not actively drinking*

8PM – Doors
9PM – Pithair
10PM – Bitter Branches
11PM – Honey

 

HONEY

Originally, Honey wasn’t conceived as a full band project. It was more of a solo project to serve as “therapy” for singer / guitarist, Jay Laughlin (Turning Point, Godspeed). As Jay puts it, “I’ve been playing in bands non-stop since the 8th grade (1986). In 2017, I had a couple of back-to-back shitty situations which put me into a seriously dark depression. I thought maybe it was time to take a step back from playing in a band and book some studio time to make a record for myself… by myself.” These sessions would take Laughlin back to his roots — the heavy metal and hardcore music that first caught his ear and possessed him to pick up a guitar and write songs in the first place. 
Fast-forward to early 2020. Honey is a proper band with an EP on the verge of release and live shows are booked, and then… well, we all know what happened next. The world shut down! Live music is gone for the foreseeable future. “The depression that inspired this project in the first-place kicked in all over again.” Jay laments. But there is a silver lining — Honey has since had the good fortunate to sign a deal with New Jersey’s, Hell Minded Records and are set to record a debut full-length album, which is scheduled for release in the early Spring of 2021. Jay and the band are excited for the future. Jay sums it up this way, “As much as 2020 has been doing its best to keep everything I love on hold, I couldn’t be more excited to make a record with this band at this time. Playing music that’s loud and fast with my friends will always be the best therapy!” 

 

BITTER BRANCHES

Bitter Branches consists of veterans from the 90’s punk hardcore scene, having served time in Calvary, Deadguy, Go For The Throat, Lighten Up, Kiss It Goodbye, No Escape, The Curse and Walleye.

 

PITHAIR

Formed in 2017 in Philadelphia, PITHAIR brings you down into the gutter with their live-wire riffs and pounding rhythm section with raw, powerful vocals that punch you in the gut.

 

In accordance with Philadelphia’s citywide mandate, attendees will be required to show proof of Covid-19 vaccination for entry to all Johnny Brenda’s events. Please note that negative PCR / antigen test results will not be accepted. We ask that you bring your vaccination card, a copy of your vaccination card, or a legible photo of your vaccination card on your phone. Full vaccination must be completed at least 14 days prior to the date of the event. If you are unable or unwilling to provide proof of vaccination, we will refund your tickets in full. Please feel free to e-mail us at [email protected] with any questions or concerns.

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