Austin’s Honey Made bring back memories of legends like James Brown, Sly and the Family Stone, and Earth Wind and Fire with their modern take on slamming primal soul and focus on their R&B roots. Having shared the stage with George Clinton & the Parliament Funkadelic, Sierra Leone Refugee Allstars, The Motet, Lee Fields, Roxy Roca and Flow Tribe, the band have already made quite a name for themselves locally, and are currently planning on rapidly expanding their audience beyond the Austin scene.
Check out the latest release "Upstairs"
This track will not be on our next project. It’s more of a peek of what’s to come. Our next project is diving into all the different arrays of soul and R&B. Upstairs is sort of a homage to the days of Motown.
“Upstairs” is the story of a guy dealing with a girl playing hard to get when she actually is initiated contact and is interested in the same outcome. A tale as old as time as they say. The title has a double meaning to it. We ask the question, “What’s going on Upstairs?” At first we mean “What are you thinking? What’s going on in that head of yours?” By the end of the song it actually means “So, whatcha got going on upstairs”? as the couple makes their way to the bedroom.
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