Dirty Honey Kicks Off ‘Suitcase Sessions’ Video Series with ‘Heartbreaker’


Dirty Honey – Story by Anne Erickson, band promo photo

Dirty Honey is performing the band’s music in non-traditional locations and filming the performances for a new video series called, ‘Suitcase Sessions’

With so many people at home due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Dirty Honey has kicked off a new video series called the “Suitcase Sessions.”

As frontman Marc LaBelle describes, each video will be filmed using a recording rig that’s as “small enough to fit in a suitcase.”

“I’ve always wanted to shoot videos out in nature, in non-traditional locations, and have a high-quality recording rig that was small enough to fit in a suitcase,” LaBelle explained.

The guys have unleashed the first video in the series, and it features an acoustic performance of the track “Heartbreaker,” which was filmed in the desert of Lone Pine, California. View the clip below via YouTube.

“I’ve taken my motorcycle up to Lone Pine for a couple of years now, so I know the area really well,” LaBelle said in a statement.

He added, “‘Heartbreaker’ was written on an acoustic guitar, so there was something special about performing it acoustically with those snow-covered Sierra Nevada peaks in the distance.”

“Heartbreaker” appears on Dirty Honey’s 2019 self-titled debut EP, which also scored the band national exposure with the hit rock singles “When I’m Gone” and “Rolling 7s.” The band includes LaBelle, guitarist John Notto, bass player Justin Smolian and drummer Corey Coverstone.



Posted by Anne Erickson | Music, Rock, Rock News

Related Posts