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Honey Revenge Cooks Up “Recipe For Disaster” On New Single

Honey Revenge Spring 2024
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Marking their first new single since releasing their debut full-length album, Retrovision, last summer, Honey Revenge makes their triumphant return with “Recipe For Disaster.”

“‘Recipe For Disaster’ is for the over-thinkers,” frontwoman Devin Papadol shares in a press release. “Life is full of so many “what ifs,” and it’s easy to let those questions take over and keep you from enjoying important moments. The lyrics are a journey of spiraling out over those aimless thoughts that keep you up at night but realizing that doing so is a recipe for disaster in the end. The lyrics express my curiosity for where I’ll be a year from now, wondering if I’ll become more level-headed. There’s an internal discussion regarding my struggles with change and pondering what “could’ve been” if certain scenarios played out differently. As the song progresses, I come to the realization that the only thing being so serious about every little detail will do is distract me from the present and take away from big accomplishments.”

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Opening through an intricate guitar riff courtesy of Donny Lloyd and glistening instrumentation, Papadol’s vocal delivery soars across the hypnotizing chorus. Check out “Recipe For Disaster” below.

Honey Revenge is currently preparing to perform at this weekend’s Slam Dunk Fest in the UK. Following a brief run overseas, the group will return Stateside for the debut idobi Radio Summer School Tour alongside Stand Atlantic, Magnolia Park, The Home Team, Scene Queen, and Letdown. Check out their tour dates below and grab tickets here.

Tour Dates:

  • May 25—Slam Dunk @ Hatfield Park
  • May 26—Slam Dunk @ Leeds Temple Newsam
  • May 28—Haarlem, NL @ Patronaat
  • May 29—Cologne, DE @ MTC
  • May 30—Paris, FR @ Backstage By The Mill
  • July 10—Cleveland, OH @ Agora Ballroom
  • July 11—Cincinnati, OH @ Andrew J Brady Theater
  • July 12—Nashville, TN @ Marathon Music Works
  • July 13—Sauget, IL @ (St. Louis) Pop’s Nightclub
  • July 16—Austin, TX @ The Far Out Lounge
  • July 17—Dallas, TX @ SouthSide Music Hall
  • July 18—Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live
  • July 20—Orlando, FL @ The Vanguard
  • July 21—St. Petersburg, FL @ Jannus Live
  • July 22—Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade Heaven
  • July 23—Charlotte, NC @ The Fillmore
  • July 25—Philadelphia, PA @ Franklin Music Hall
  • July 26—Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AE
  • July 27—Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom
  • July 28—Worcester, MA @ The Palladium
  • July 30—Chicago, IL @ Concord Music Hall
  • July 31—Royal Oak, MI @ Royal Oak Music Theatre
  • Aug. 2—Omaha, NE @ The Admiral
  • Aug. 3—Kansas City, MO @ Uptown Theater
  • Aug. 4—Oklahoma City, OK @ Diamond Ballroom
  • Aug. 6—Denver, CO @ The Fillmore Auditorium
  • Aug. 7—Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex
  • Aug. 9—Seattle, WA @ The Showbox SoDo
  • Aug. 10—Portland, OR @ Roseland Theater
  • Aug. 13—Sacramento, CA @ The Backyard
  • Aug. 15—Tempe, AZ @ The Marquee
  • Aug. 16—San Diego, CA @ SOMA
  • Aug. 17—Anaheim, CA @ City National Grove
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