Smoke Break, vol. 8: Honeybus.

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In this installment of Smoke Break, Smith and I try and figure out what Jesse Malin means for America. Smith also dismisses nearly 40 years of pop music and declares 1960s British baroque pop darkhorses Honeybus as the past and future heroes of pop songwriting. In response I make a cheap joke about street fights.

JTL

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