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HoneyHoney Returns to San Antonio

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Definitely the most Southern-sounding group that appeared on the heavy indie-pop lineup at this past April’s Maverick Music Festival, HoneyHoney incorporate banjos, violins, electric guitars and pop vocals for a blend of indie folk rock that’s not at all boring.

Combining beautiful vocal harmonies over jangly indie rock the LA two-piece prove that alt-country and indie folk music definitely sound great together. Pro-tip: check out frontwoman Suzanne Santo’s spooky new solo tracks “Blood on Your Knees” and “Ghost in My Bed” which most likely will be heard during the set.

Saturday, August 5, $10-$75, 8pm, River Road Icehouse, 1791 Hueco Springs Loop Road, New Braunfels, (830) 626-1335, riverroadicehouse.com.


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