Outrageously infectious Toronto garage pop...
Goodbye Honolulu

Nothing quite thrills like pop music.

But Toronto group Goodbye Honolulu have found a way to improve on this formula: add heaps of fuzz, spit, and attitude.

New EP 'No Honey' drops on September 1st, and it picks up where those debauched live shows leave off.

Just about containing their feral energy, the lo-fi production is allied to some serious pop hooks, and only the most righteous of riffs.

Clash is able to premiere snotty new cut 'Back To Me', a real fuzzed out garage ripper that actually stems from a pretty persona place.

Jacob Switzer explains: "'Back To Me' stemmed from when I [Jacob] first started getting panic attacks and I was feeling super whack and would do anything to get back to feeling normal again. And then we wrote a song about it. That’s it basically. Trying to get back to yourself."

Tune in now.

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