Embrace Your Inner-Elvis with Honduras's Video for "Hollywood"
And don't forget your inner-Dolly Parton.
New York band Honduras released a new EP today called Gathering Rust, a sticky collection of fuzzed out indie rock. The EP was recorded this past December at Thump Studio with Parquet Courts and Liturgy producer Jonathan Schenke over a two-day session. According to the band, Gathering Rust deals with "a myriad of themes and topics like emotional baggage, anxiety, nostalgia, stagnation, and the feeling of things being left unfinished." With the release of the EP—which you can purchase here—Honduras also delivers a new video for "Hollywood," directed by Danny Dwyer. The visual feels like the product of a late night creative session, featuring Elvis and Dolly Parton impersonators performing the song in a divey lounge, transforming one of the band members into Elvis. It's all kinda weird, but we kinda love it.
Watch "Hollywood" below.
Catch Honduras on tour:
3/07 Baltimore, MD @ Metro Gallery *
3/09 Richmond, VA @ The Camel (Radio Rubber Room Night)
3/10 Atlanta, GA @ 529
3/11 Savannah, GA @ Savannah Stopover Festival
3/12 Gainesville, FL @ The High Dive
3/15 - 3/20 - Austin, TX @ SXSW
3/22 Denver, CO @ Larimer Lounge $
3/23 Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court $
3/23 - 3/27 - Boise, Id @ Treefort Music Festival
4/02 - San Diego, CA @ The Hideaway
4/03 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Echo
*with Diet Cig & Kississippi
$ with Vaadat Charigim and Methyl Ethyl