From the first meaty, chunky guitar riffs, Sugar Love Honey flies out of the speakers like a crazed Tasmanian devil. Featuring Kevin Delaney's deft guitar playing and Brent Pettersson's piercing vocal, Sugar Love Honey forages familiar ground with renewed vigor on their self titled Manic Records debut: Sugar Love Honey.
Sugar Love Honey hits the ground running with some serious cred under their collective belts. Sugar Love Honey was produced by Kevin Delaney, whose guitar, production, and songwriting skills fueled indie powerhouses Kreep and Grayson Manor. Kreep toured the US with Skid Row and was voted "favorite up and coming band" in the 2003 year-in-review issue of Metal Edge magazine. Grayson Manor made some noise touring the US and selling a boatload of their debut album: Children Of the Manor.While refering to Delaneys' guitar prowess, Sean Coulter of the East Coast Rocker once wrote, "Kevin Delaney showcases his musical chops like Shaggy snags a Scooby Snack."
Vocalist Brent Pettersson, is the former frontman of Narcotic Gypsy, another indie act that leveled audiences while opening the main stage at Ozzfest some years back. Sugar Love Honey also features bassist Freddy Villano, known for his work with heavy hitters Quiet Riot and Widowmaker. Live, the band is rounded out by drummer Jackie Ramos, a former member of such LA stalwarts as Bad Moon Rising, Bangalore Choir and Hericane Alice.
Sugar Love Honey features standout tracks "Explode Like Sun," and "Thanks So Much" as well as lead-off single "Do Me Right," all of which should excite adventurous radio programmers everywhere. Why? Because Sugar Love Honey is a band that "straddles the fence comfortably between the 'Alternative' and 'Active' Rock worlds" according to The Album Network's Virtually Alternative magazine.