May 11 – The Honeyrunners

Toronto’s take on Southern roots and Americana, The Honeyrunners, have released their infectious debut album today, Everything Is On Fire, which addresses our culture of apathy and the sentiment that everything is on fire – as we sit back and watch – mashed up with the poetry of love and heartache.

The Honeyrunners comprises lead vocalist and pianist Dan Dwoskin, Canadian-Peruvian audio-engineer/producer, Guillermo Subauste (bass, vocals). Newer additions to the lineup include the soulful Conor Gains (electric guitar, vocals) and Toronto-born drummer and filmmaker, Lewis Spring (drums, percussion, vocals). ‘Almost by mistake, you stumble on these players,’ Dwoskin said. ‘Co-owner of the band, Guillermo, came into the fold in 2016 as we looked for a new bassist; I’ve managed The Honeyrunners since 2010, with an ever-revolving cast of players. I met Guillermo through Craigslist (an American classified advertisements website); it’s where I find all the best musicians, haha!. He learned all our songs in a week – a Peruvian punk drummer – I don’t even know if he played bass at the time (laughs). Conor, Lewis and I met at Come Together Festival in Frontier Ghost Town, an outdoor music fest three hours north of Toronto, they host an eclectic mix of roots, soul, blues, folk, rock, and funk bands. Lewis used to drum for Conor’s band, so we smashed the bands together, and voilà.’

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