Album artwork for 90 In November by Why Bonnie
Album artwork for 90 In November by Why Bonnie

Austin native indie rock band Why Bonnie release their debut album 90 In November on Keeled Scales.

90 in November, the first full-length LP from Texas quintet Why Bonnie, crashes into existence with a squeal of feedback and a burst of distorted guitar. It’s a dynamic introduction to a more raw-edged indie sound from a band who have matured from bedroom dream pop into a sophisticated rock act, their evolving sound a reflection of the journey undertaken by songwriter Blair Howerton on this vividly rendered collection of songs.

The songs for 90 in November were mostly written in Brooklyn, New York, where Howerton moved from Austin in 2019. Already in the midst of a major life change, Howerton’s feeling of being between worlds was compounded when quarantine hit and she found herself, like so many others, stuck in her apartment—about as far away from the wide-open spaces of Texas as one can possibly get. It was in this environment that she began to write songs parsing out the complicated, mixed emotions associated with building a new home while attempting to make sense of the one she had left behind.

Why Bonnie

90 In November

Keeled Scales
Album artwork for 90 In November by Why Bonnie
LP

£24.99

Black
Released 19/08/2022Catalogue Number

KS063LP

Album artwork for 90 In November by Why Bonnie
LP +

£24.99

Peacock Green

Released 19/08/2022Catalogue Number

KS063LPC1

Album artwork for 90 In November by Why Bonnie
CD

£12.99

Released 19/08/2022Catalogue Number

KS063CD

Why Bonnie

90 In November

Keeled Scales
Album artwork for 90 In November by Why Bonnie
LP

£24.99

Black
Released 19/08/2022Catalogue Number

KS063LP

Album artwork for 90 In November by Why Bonnie
LP +

£24.99

Peacock Green

Released 19/08/2022Catalogue Number

KS063LPC1

Album artwork for 90 In November by Why Bonnie
CD

£12.99

Released 19/08/2022Catalogue Number

KS063CD

Austin native indie rock band Why Bonnie release their debut album 90 In November on Keeled Scales.

90 in November, the first full-length LP from Texas quintet Why Bonnie, crashes into existence with a squeal of feedback and a burst of distorted guitar. It’s a dynamic introduction to a more raw-edged indie sound from a band who have matured from bedroom dream pop into a sophisticated rock act, their evolving sound a reflection of the journey undertaken by songwriter Blair Howerton on this vividly rendered collection of songs.

The songs for 90 in November were mostly written in Brooklyn, New York, where Howerton moved from Austin in 2019. Already in the midst of a major life change, Howerton’s feeling of being between worlds was compounded when quarantine hit and she found herself, like so many others, stuck in her apartment—about as far away from the wide-open spaces of Texas as one can possibly get. It was in this environment that she began to write songs parsing out the complicated, mixed emotions associated with building a new home while attempting to make sense of the one she had left behind.