Honest Face, a single, now tops the charts.
The song is found on the album Champagne In Seashells, the 2nd release by Liam Finn, his first with Eliza-Jane Barnes.
The EP was recorded at Neil Finn’s Roundhouse Studios in New Zealand and released on September 21, 2009.
Liam Finn had been touring constantly for about two years with Barnes, heavily influencing the EP’s theme of homesickness.
The vinyl of Champagne in Seashells was released on Finn’s label New Adventure. It includes a bonus track Captain Cat Is Crying with lines from the Dylan Thomas poem Under Milk Wood.