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Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats Drop Sweet Video and Chocolate

Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats have dropped a new video.
Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats have dropped a new video. Jake Cox
Fresh from throwing a rally at Levitt Pavilion to prevent gun violence, Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats have released their latest music video for the song "A Little Honey," which is all about sweet, sweet love: love between bandmates, love between old folks and love of pie and coffee.

"'A Little Honey’ is a song all about love and desire," says Rateliff in a statement. "Everyone needs some honey and sweet loving, and in the video we wanted to embrace that kind of love in couples of all ages. A burning love doesn’t have any kind of borders or age restrictions.”


Along with the video, the band is throwing a sweet fundraiser, putting out a craft chocolate dubbed A Little Honey. Proceeds from the candy, produced by Small Batch America and Fruition Chocolate Works, will benefit Rateliff's foundation, the Marigold Project, and Denver Urban Gardens, which runs community gardens to help neighborhoods feed themselves.

The chocolate is available at Rateliff's website.

Rateliff's next Denver concert will be November 10, when he opens for folk legend John Prine.

His full band will be playing Denver's Ogden Theatre December 19 and 20.

Here is a full list of his upcoming dates:
November 7—Breckenridge, CO—Riverwalk Center (Folk Set)*
November 8—Grand Junction, CO—Avalon Theatre (Folk Set)*
November 10—Denver, CO—Temple Hoyne Buell Theatre (Folk Set)*
November 17-19—Mexico City, Mexico—Corona Capital
November 29—Chicago, IL—Aragon Ballroom
November 30—St. Louis, MO—Stifel Theatre
December 1—Tampa, FL—97X Next Big Thing Festival
December 11—Portland, OR—Crystal Ballroom (94/7fm December to Remember)
December 14—Vail, CO—Ford Park (Vail Snow Days)
December 15 & 16—Aspen, CO—Belly Up Aspen
December 19 & 20—Denver, CO—Ogden Theatre
December 31—Nashville, TN—Grand Ole Opry House
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Kyle Harris has been Westword’s Culture Editor since 2016, writing about the arts, music and film.
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