Legendary Canadian Band HONEYMOON SUITE Hit the Top 30 Rock Charts for the First Time in 19 Years
Canadian classic rockers Honeymoon Suite release their newest single “Find What You’re Looking For”.
It’s their first chart-climber in 19 years. It follows late 2019’s “Tell Me What You Want”.
The group first formed in 1981 in Niagara Falls, Ontario. The founders of the band are Johnnie Dee and Derry Grehan. Gary Lalonde, Dave Betts, and Peter Nunn would later join the group. Fun fact: A band contest on Toronto radio station Q107 put them on the map.
Their first single was “New Girl Now”.
In 1986, the band produced the track “Those Were the Days” for the Charlie Sheen film The Wraith. They followed it up with the title track for Mel Gibson’s film Lethal Weapon.
They would and go on to win a JUNO Award for ‘Group of the Year’, countless nominations, and continued International recognition over their near-40 years.
Statement by HoneyMoon Suite
Sometimes you just know when everything starts lining up, and sounding really good early on. This new album will be the strongest new music we’ve released in a long time.