With a hot new single, “Won’t Take Me Alive,” now Top 10 at Rock Radio, and the band well into their extensive, nine-week, 39-date North American headline tour, today, Dirty Honey sees the release of its full-length sophomore album, Can’t Find The Brakes. Produced by Nick DiDia and recorded at his studio in Byron Bay, Australia this past Spring, the album also features the recently-released second single, “Coming Home (Ballad of the Shire),” a 180-degree turnabout from the high-energy rock’n’roll the band is known for. “Coming Home (Ballad of the Shire)” is a profoundly personal, shatter-your-heart-into-a-million-pieces ballad and a song that illustrates what Dirty Honey is capable of. You can access the Can’t Find The Brakes album HERE.
But wait, there’s more: Famed world-renowned graffiti artist Kelly “RISK” Gravel, who designed and spray-painted the Can’t Find The Brakes album’s original cover art, has pulled a bit of a “Willy Wonka.” As of today, distributed to a handful of record stores across America are ten copies of the Can’t Find The Brakes album. Unlike the standard issue, each one of these has been specially embellished with its own one-of-a-kind album cover artwork, each one individually spray-painted by “RISK.” Those who find and purchase these one-of-a-kind albums will win tickets to one of the band’s shows and more. Check out the video clip HERE to see RISK as he creates these exclusive items – and happy hunting!