In 2012, Adam Levy, singer-songwriter for the Honeydogs, the legendary Minneapolis roots-rock band, lost his son Daniel to suicide. He spent much of the next three years grieving and sharing his story in public forums before sitting down to write songs again. What came out was “Naubinway,” an album of exquisite songcraft that focuses on the themes of love, loss and grace. Augmenting the album is Daniel’s stunning artwork, which is featured on the cover and in a 32-page booklet.
Grammy-award winner Joe Henry calls the album “love in action, a remarkable piece of work.” It will leave listeners moved, inspired and forever altered.