This Canadian rock band, formed in Niagara Falls in 1981, sports a name that is a nod to Niagara Falls as the unofficial honeymoon capital of the world. Their debut album featured four charting hits, one of which made the top 50 in the U.S.
“Stay In The Light” was released in 1984 as part of Honeymoon Suite’s self-titled album “Honeymoon Suite”. This song was one of the four charting songs on the group’s self-titled album, all of which were written by the lead guitarist, Derry Grehan.
Written by the band’s lead guitarist, Derry Grehan, “New Girl Now” won the band a song contest on Q107, which lead to them signing with WEA Canada. From there, “New Girl Now” reached the top-50 chart in the U.S., the band’s first single to do so.
“What Does It Take” was released in 1986 as part of Honeymoon Suite’s album “The Big Prize”. This single, penned by Derry Grehan, reached no.52 on the top charts. The single’s position on the charts was helped by being included in the soundtrack for the John Cusack movie “One Crazy Summer”.