Hannah Jane Boissonneault, the songwriter/bassist/guitarist/vocalist behind Feels Like Honey, has released her debut album All Things Endless. This 11 song album combines elements of indie rock and chamber pop and features singles “All the Flowers,” “Meet Me in the Marigolds,” “Videotape (feat. Grayson Jarvis)” and “Feels Like Honey.” It’s available on all streaming services on Friday, October 27.
All Things Endless takes listeners on an evocative journey, inviting them into a world brimming with vulnerability, transformation, and self-discovery, combining the richness of live instruments with thoughtful, emotionally charged lyrics, and soul-stirring vocals. “All Things Endless explores the release that accompanies letting go of the things that no longer serve us,” says Feels Like Honey. “It explores the relief, the weight lifted off our shoulders, and the light that steers us home.”
All Things Endless was written, produced, engineered, arranged, and performed by Hannah Jane Boissonneault, mixed and mastered by Michael Martenson, with second tracking engineering by Corey DeRushia, mixing by Noah Slate (“All the Flowers” originally by Radiohead), and featuring recordings by Amanda Beaune (violin), Alexis Berry (viola), Nick Chard (drums), Jiwoon Choi (flute), Joshua Devries (cello), Daniela Diaz (violin), Ford Fourqurean (clarinet, bass clarinet), Christina George (flute), Danielle Gonzalez (vibraphone), Grayson Jarvis (synthesizer, vocals), Andrew Huot (piano), Jacob Perry (drums), Mason Spencer (viola), Ally Szeles (clarinet), and Jon Vokal (guitar).
All Things Endless is a testament to the enduring power of authentic, heartfelt songwriting and Feels Like Honey’s ability to infuse every note with raw emotion. It’s set to be the perfect autumn album, mirroring the transformative season that allows us to shed the past and embrace the future.
About Feels Like Honey
Hannah Boissonneault, the Michigan-born singer songwriter/composer/arranger/bassist/guitarist behind Feels Like Honey, combines elements of indie rock and chamber pop in her songs brimming with vulnerability and transformation. Incorporating her experiences in writing and performing progressive metal, indie, folk, and jazz, she seeks to connect various musical communities through her compositions.
Additional recent projects include The Night Within Us, Filled With Stars (2023), commissioned by oboists Sarah Pinto and Eli Stefancci, Murmuring (2022), written for mixed chamber ensemble toured by the Grand Valley State University New Music Ensemble and performed in various National Parks, and the commercial release of Cura Nata (2021), Spirit Breaker’s debut album via Solid State Records.
Hannah is endorsed as an artist with Balaguer Guitars. She is also the bassist, vocalist, and songwriter for progressive metalcore band Spirit Breaker (2021-present) and progressive alternative band Blank Slate (2016-present). During her time in Spirit Breaker, they toured with acts such as Silent Planet, Lightworker, and Pickwick Commons. Blank Slate has performed alongside numerous acts in the progressive community, including Silent Planet, Hail the Sun, Sianvar, and Strawberry Girls. Their three eps, Drifting (2020), I Have Considered The Following (2017), and Animate (2017), along with their three consecutive singles, “Figures,” “Dedicate,” and “Verified” (2019) are available on all streaming platforms.
Hannah recently completed her Master of Music in Composition at the University of Michigan in 2022, studying primarily with Kristin Kuster and Evan Chambers. She also completed her Bachelor of Music in Composition at Michigan State University in 2020, where her primary mentors were David Biedenbender, Zhou Tian, and Rodney Whitaker. Along with being a musician, Hannah is also a visual artist and creates with multiple mediums including artwork with resin, polymer clay, and acrylics. She enjoys creating jewelry and home décor and sharing her passion for nature through her business, Indie Honeybee Jewelry.
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