Low Cut Connie’s ‘Hi Honey’ on Pandora Now; Band Prepares To Hit Road Next Week

Low Cut Connie’s New Album Hi Honey On Pandora Now


Band Prepares for North American Album Release Tour 


New Dates Announced

“Piano-slapping rock-n-roll with a drunk-ass punk-rock spirit – like Jerry Lee Lewis if he’d had his first religious experience at a Replacements show.” – Rolling Stone

“Low Cut Connie rips shit up.” – Robert Christgau, the Dean of American Rock Critics

Low Cut Connie are excited to announce their newest album Hi Honey is available now for streaming on Pandora. Hi Honey will be released on April 21 on Contender Records. The new set of songs was produced by Thomas Brenneck (Alabama Shakes, Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings, Charles Bradley) and features a number of notable guest appearances, including Merrill Garbus of Tune-Yards, Dean Ween of Ween, Greg Cartwright (Reigning Sound, Oblivians), and Vinnie Pastore (aka Big Pussy from The Sopranos). For full track-listing, please see below.

Listen: Low Cut Connie’s Hi Honey Premiere on Pandora

The band will be hitting the road next week in support of Hi Honey with their album release tour in North America. The tour includes shows across the country, including Brooklyn, Philadelphia, Chicago, and Nashville. For the full tour itinerary please see below.

The band recently shared their video for Hi Honey single “Shake It Little Tina.” The video features the talents of Instagram dance king @adamscarpenters, who did over 200 dances across the USA over the last year to put this video together. Viewers with a keen eye will see Jamie Foxx in the video for two seconds. Watch the video at the link below:

Watch: Low Cut Connie – “Shake It Little Tina” Video:

After a storm of critical acclaim for their first two Low Cut Connie records — 2011’s Get Out the Lotion and 2012’s Call Me Sylvia — songwriters Adam Weiner (New Jersey USA) and Dan Finnemore (Birmingham UK) dug deep to make songs that would make the kids feel free, feel weird, feel dirty, just feel something… like the blue-collar cross-dressing boogie of “Shake It Little Tina”, the creepy espionage of “Diane”, the portrait of a trans streetwalker in “Little Queen of New Orleans”, the punky pep talk of “Dumb Boy”, and the band’s autobiographical “Danny’s Outta Money”. Weiner, Finnemore, James Everhart (lead guitar) and Will Donnelly (bass, drums, etc) teamed up with renowned producer Thomas Brenneck and a stable of incredible guest artists to craft Hi Honey in a ten-day blitz in Brooklyn.  Weiner formed his own record label, Contender Records, put on the gloves and got ready to draw blood and take a beating.  Legendary Swedish photographer Anders Petersen (Tom Waits’ Rain Dogs) provided the cover image.

Hi Honey Track Listing

1. Who The Hell Is Tina?

2. Shake It Little Tina

3. Diane (Don’t Point That Thing At Me)

4. Back In School

5. Me N Annie

6. Taste So Good

7. Dickie’s Bringin Me Down

8. Danny’s Outta Money

9. Little Queen Of New Orleans

10. Dumb Boy

11. The Royal Screw

12. Somewhere Along The Avenue

13. Both My Knees

Low Cut Connie On Tour

Apr 23 – Brooklyn, NY @ Baby’s All Right

Apr 24 – Philadelphia, PA @ Underground Arts

Apr 26 – Washington, DC @ Comet Ping Pong

Apr 28 – Knoxville, TN @ Preservation Pub

Apr 28 – Knoxville, TN @ Preservation Pub

Apr 29 – Athens, GA @ Georgia Theatre

Apr 30 – Chapel Hill, NC @ Local 506

May 1 – Charlottesville, VA @ The Southern Café

May 3 – Winooski, VT @ Waking Windows Festival

May 6 – New Haven, CT @ BAR

May 7 – Cambridge, MA @ T.T the Bear’s Place

May 8 – Providence, RI @ Fête

May 26 – Montreal, QC @ Petite Campus

May 27 – Toronto, ON @ Horseshoe Tavern

May 28 – Detroit, MI @ The Huma Room at Hopcat Detroit

May 29 – Grand Rapids, MI @ Tip Top Deluxe Bar & Grill

May 30 – Chicago, IL @ Tonic Room

Jun 3 – Cincinnati, OH @ The Woodward Theater

Jun 4 – Asheville, NC @ Tiger Mountain

Jun 5 – Atlanta, GA @ 529 Bar

Jun 6 – Nashville, TN @ Musicians Corner, Centennial Park

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