“An outpouring of ideas, grabby hooks and standout lyricism that inspires visions of Edgar Allan Poe at the beach.”

Paste Magazine 

“Honus Honus is making impossible-to-pigeonhole weirdo rock songs that rarely sound much like anyone else.”

— Brooklyn Vegan 

“Now that this highly-anticipated record is finally here, I’m not sure I can handle how great it is.”

— WXPN 

“At his gonzo best, spitting out bizarre lines over jerky, discordant jams.”

Glide Magazine 

“It’s not easy to match the dynamic eclection of his Man Man discography, but Honus damn near tops it in half an hour.”

Transverso Media 

“Thirteen magically crafted pop songs, thirteen beautiful stories waiting for you to explore and unfold”

— The BSMT 

Use Your Delusion is a theatrical album that harnesses something like old horror-film kitsch with thrilling experimentation that one can get lost listening to for days.”

— Margaret Farrell, Stereogum 

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Ryan Kattner

Use Your Delusion

Los Angeles-based Ryan Kattner has reinvented himself with his new solo project Honus Honus and fueled his debut LP with the chaos of LA. Use Your Delusion is a hodgepodge of dizzying synths, quirky vocals, and genre overload, spawning singles like “Will You,” “Heavy Jesus,” and “Raspberry.”

In the fall of 2016, Honus Honus took his experimental pop tunes out on the road. New Neighborhood teamed up with directors Justin Carlton and Jamie Wheeler to capture some of that trek on film with an upcoming tour documentary called Dead Again.