13 Questions with Honey Harper
Honey Harper will be bringing her southern rock Americana outfit to Music Farm on September 23 ahead of the release of the band’s new album Honey Harper and the Infinite Sky that falls on October 28th.
Atlanta-born, London-based frontman/singer-songwriter Will Fussell answered some of them city newspaperbefore hitting Music Farm, with some input from Honey Harper co-founder Alana Pagnutti.
City Gazette: What are you most looking forward to as 2022 draws to a close?
Will Fussell: Our new record Honey Harper and the Infinite Skywill be released on ATO in October and will be spending our first Christmas together with our new baby!
CP: What was the inspiration behind the new album that will be released on October 28th? Honey Harper and the Infinite Sky?
Lint: We wanted to create a record that would resonate with more people. Our last record was country music for people who don’t like country music, our new record is country music for everyone.
HP: What song stuck in your head today?
Alana Pagnutti: “679” by Fetty Wap
Lint: “AA” by Walker Hayes
HP: Last album bought?
Lint: trio by Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris and Linda Rondstadt
CP: Latest musical discovery?
Lint: Simple life
CP: Favorite place in Charleston, SC?
Lint: This is the first time we’re playing Charleston so I’ll say Music Farm where we’re playing on September 23rd!
CP: What’s your best go-to t-shirt?
Lint: My ribbed tank top, I wear it every day.
CP: Her cure for hangovers is…
Pagnutti: Like 4 different drinks at once: Coca-Cola, water, coffee and orange juice.
Lint: Chorizo Breakfast Burrito & Coca-Cola on Ice with a Lemon Wedge.
CP: Last show you attended?
Lint: Dylan Earl at AmericanaFest.
HP: Which station is always on your radio?
Lint: 99.5 Moose FM in Muskoka, Ontario.
CP: Your musical style is comparable?
Lint: The boss of our label always says: “Glenn Campbell on acid.”
CP: Which band did you want to hear?
Lint: The new PLAINS album is out!
CP: What’s next for Honey Harper?
Lint: Our tour of North America with Amanda Shires, touring Europe in the new year, writing and producing songs for other artists, writing our next records!
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