Goodbye Honolulu have shared their new new single “Cut Off.” the track was recorded in Toronto and produced by Ben Cook (Fucked Up) and Anthony Price (US Girls). “Cut Off represents the turbulence between people. Whether it be a friendship, a relationship or a family member. It’s about the loss of control that you feel when stressed out or anxious, the frantic feeling of running around not feeling like yourself.” Goodbye Honolulu kick off a USA tour next month including SXSW in Austin TX.
Yes, it’s been verified, Goodbye Honolulu are Selena Gomez’s favourite band. The Toronto group has toured with Hinds, The Beaches, Kate Nash and more.
North American Dates
February 29 – The Danforth Music Hall, Toronto ON
March 18 – Big Easy, Austin TX (2:45PM)
March 18 – Do512 Lounge, Austin TX (5PM)
March 21 – Little Woodrow’s 6th, Austin TX (1PM)
March 21 – Burgermania @ Hotel Vegas, Austin TX (12AM)
April 03 – The Roxy Theatre, Los Angeles^
April 04 – Soda Bar, San Diego^
April 06 – The Rebel Lounge, Phoenix, AZ^
April 08 – Paper Tiger, San Antonio TX^
April 09 – Club Dada, Dallas TX^
April 10 – Barracuda, Austin TX^
April 11 – White Oak Music Hall, Houston TX^
April 14 – Masquerade, Atlanta GA^
April 16 – First Unitarian Church, Philadelphia PA^
April 17 – BlackCat, Washington DC^
April 18 – Market Hotel, Brooklyn NY^
April 19 – Brighton Music Hall, Boston MA^
^w/ Hockey Dad
UK May 2020
May 08 – FOCUS Wales, Wrexham UK
Working with seasoned-producers Ben Cook (Fucked Up, No Warning, Young Guv) and Tony Price (US Girls, Slim Twig, Ice Cream, Michael Rault) Goodbye Honolulu’s yet to be released 13 track s/t debut leads the band down an entirely new path towards exploring what is possible when four different songwriters get together.
Max and Emmett met Jacob and Fox in High School and formed 4 individual projects, also while still in school the foursome started their own record label, the 100% local Toronto label Fried Records. While other kids were cramming for exams or wasting away playing video games, the Goodbye Honolulu boys were busy playing in bars (attempting to sneak their underage friends in), honing their live skills, writing songs and self releasing multiple albums a year.