Track Premiere: Amanda Anne Platt & The Honeycutters “Pocket Song”

Photo: Eliza Bell

The Ones That Stay‘ is the latest album from Amanda Anne Platt & The Honeycutters, their seventh release in total and it’ll be available in August.  ‘Pocket Song‘ is the latest single, previewing the album  It’s a thoughtful and reflective country tinged roots rock song with Amanda Platt reflecting on how things can carry on for years in the same way: “I came here to be teachable, so teach me?  / I know it seems the lessons seldom ever reach me.

Amanda Anne Platt told Americana UK that: “I wrote this song for my grandmother during the pandemic when I couldn’t visit her. It’s kind of a crooked little tune but I love how it turned out so much, it might be my favourite track on the album.

Performing along with Platt, The Honeycutters are Matt Smith (pedal steel and electric guitars), Rick Cooper (bass/vocals), Evan Martin (drums/vocals), and Kevin Williams (keys/vocals).


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KP Hawthorn

where is the link to the song?

KP Hawthorn

too bad the link doesn’t work, I would love to share this.