- 1. Don't Be Me 2.27 565 plays
- 2. Leave It To My Goddamn Brain 3.15 435 plays
- 3. Girls 2.25 264 plays
- 4. Bobby's Dead 2.53 209 plays
- 5. I Know Joe Pulito 2.50 321 plays
- 6. Come On, Let's Go 4.13 214 plays
- 7. Life Won't Let Me 2.08 176 plays
- 8. Happy Birthday Dad (I'm In Jail) 3.11 218 plays
- 9. Sex N' Cigarettes 3.54 274 plays
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Honah Lee (pronounced HA-nuh lee) is a straightforward, high energy Rock n’ Roll band based in Trenton, NJ. Influenced by classics like the Ramones, the Replacements, and the Pixies, Honah Lee delivers a refreshing throwback sound that you can't quite put your finger on. It's simple music done right. Intoxicating melodies you can’t shake from your brain!
The band had been together for less than a year when they released their first album "I WANT IT ALL!" in August 2008, just before grabbing up their current lead guitar player. Since then they have also released two Dropcard singles and their second album "Life Won't Let Me" came out in May 2011. Honah Lee has toured nationally, sharing a stage with Foxboro Hot Tubs(Green Day), The Queers, Local H, The Dollyrots, Banner Pilot, and Eddie Spaghetti of the Supersuckers just to name a few. They have received airplay on both commercial and college radio and have been featured on numerous compilations. Honah Lee intends to hit the road hard promoting their new album. Visit their website (honahleemusic.com) for show dates and locations.
Honah Lee is: Dim,Tim, Jim, & Tony
"Honah Lee has the rare ability to succeed in the confined space of 3 minutes and distorted guitars along with melodies that will get stuck in your head for days on end."
- Lansing Local Music Examiner
"Their riffs blend big noise feedback of indie noiserockers like the Pixies, The Replacements. Their vocals are the slightly out of key scream singing approach resembling Green Day’s Billy Joe Armstrong or head Foo Fighter Dave Grohl. So what if they can’t really sing, they’re good enough and they have high enough energy and catchy enough songs that after a few listens, you might be singing along too; I was."
- Cracked! Music Blog
"Honah Lee's vocalist Tim has a very distinctive voice. It's kind of like 80s style pop punk vocals on top of a pretty broad variety of instrumentals, as far as era goes. Some songs sound like they're straight out of the 80s, while others sound more 90s or even more recent. The vocal melodies on this record as fucking infectious and will do anything to prevent you from evicting them from your head. Trust me, you're stuck with these."
-Idle and the Bear