Blue Honey Releases Music Video For “Those Are The Days”

Husband and wife duo Blue Honey, consisting of Troy Brooks and Kassie Jordan-Brooks, are excited to announce the debut of their music video for “Those Are The Days” exclusively on Building Our Own Nashville.

All you need to hear is the hauntingly beautiful intro to be hooked. Kassie’s powerful vocals are enthralling and wonderfully emotive making you not only believe every word she is singing but making you feel it too,” says Building Our Own Nashville. “The video is perfect in its simplicity.”

The tune is one of twelve songs from their recently released album “Sweet Rebellion” which is available on iTunesSpotifyAmazon and all other online retailers.

Those Are The Days is a song we wrote about a father leaving for war, and how the home life suffered while he was gone,” says Kassie. “It’s also about finding your strength and learning to fight for yourself and come out beautiful in the end.”

The connection between the two is undeniable and can only be found between two people in love. Their harmonies intertwine flawlessly while showcasing Kassie’s powerhouse vocals and Troy’s blues inspired guitar riffs. They have brought that rare connection back into the studio to record their sophomore full-length project, “Sweet Rebellion”.

The video for their previous single, “Angels Come Home,” debuted on world-renowned outlet The Boot. The release of the new album falls on the heels of a milestone 2018 where they were named one of the “10 Country Artists To Watch in 2018” by The Nashville Knack, were included on The Country Source’s “One To Watch 2018” list and Buzzfeed’s “2018’s Country Music Obsessions” list. Their song “Wherever You Are Tonight” was also recently featured on Spectra Music’s “Americana Made: Volume 1” compilation album.

Blue Honey wants to connect with their fans on a personal level through their albums and live shows. Kassie puts it quite simply…

It doesn’t matter what happens to this music as long as people can feel some of the songs and relate to them. We want to make music that people will want to listen to when they’re in the car on long trips or have playing at house parties. Maybe they’ll want to share it with their friends because it’s different. Because of who we are and what we mean to each other, this music is intrinsically part of our lives. We just hope that we do a good job relating that and other people will want to have it be part of their life as well.”

For more information on Blue Honey, visit their website


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