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Why Bonnie Share New Single “Nowhere, LA”

90 in November Due Out August 19 via Keeled Scales

Jul 26, 2022

Why Bonnie have shared a new single, “Nowhere, LA.” It is the latest release from the band’s forthcoming debut album, 90 in November, which will be out on August 19 via Keeled Scales. More

Why Bonnie Share Two New Singles: “Sailor Mouth” and “Hot Car”

90 in November Due Out August 19 via Keeled Scales

Jun 16, 2022

Why Bonnie have shared two new singles: “Sailor Mouth” and “Hot Car.” They are the latest releases from the band’s forthcoming debut album, 90 in November, which will be out on August 19 via Keeled Scales. More

11 Best Songs of the Week: Suede, Katy J Pearson, Tallies, Why Bonnie, and More

Plus Shearwater, Chelsea Rose, Just Mustard, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

May 27, 2022

Welcome to the 21st Songs of the Week of 2022. It was terrible week for those who follow the news, fueled by the truly awful mass shooting at the elementary school in Texas. And once again the usual gun control debates came up and once again nothing will probably happen. After all, it’s been 10 years since the Sandy Hook elementary school shooting and no progress has been made. Also Depeche Mode’s Andrew Fletcher and actor Ray Liotta (Goodfellas, Something Wild) both surprisingly died yesterday, even though they were both only in their 60s. More

May 26, 2022

Why Bonnie have announced the release of their debut album, 90 in November, which will be out on August 19 via Keeled Scales. They have also shared a video for the album’s title track. More



Interviews

Aug 19, 2022

If you’ve experienced the slow boil simmer of an August day in Houston, you know the only way to move around outside of the A/C is slowly and deliberately. More


Reviews

Aug 16, 2022

The way things are trending, the title of the debut album from Brooklyn by way of Texas band Why Bonnie may be universally understood soon enough. More