“Hey, what’s this band called?”
“Goodbye Honolulu!”, I eagerly, and breathlessly, said at last week’s sold out Hinds show at Bowery Ballroom. Eagerly, because someone else saw the greatness in them, and breathlessly because I didn’t stop dancing for a second during their set.
Toronto quartet Goodbye Honolulu is as addicting as their latest track, “Codeine.” With a couple of singles under their belt, Jacob, Max, Emmett, and Fox have given us nothing but hard-hitting bangers. The infinite amount of electrifying energy and Canadian charm they grace the stage with is undeniable, and definitely surpasses all expectations.
Goodbye Honolulu‘s “Codeine” is light in sound, but heavy in meaning. The anthemic catchiness of the track is drenched with pop sensibility, with a garage rock feel.
Bigg Mixx, because Goodbye Honolulu is as great as that Moose hybrid thing.