The group's big break came when "New Girl Now" helped them win a 1983 unsigned band contest held by Toronto radio station Q107. Honeymoon Suite soon had a recording contract and released their self-titled debut album in 1984. While they were not superstars, they had a bunch of success in Canada, with 14 charting singles, 8 of which went top 40. The U.S. market proved tougher to crack, although they did have three other top 100 songs aside from "Feel It Again."
While I have often lumped the band together with Helix (another Canadian hard rock band), Honeymoon Suite was more polished (poppy?) and less metal than Helix. [Helix has already appeared on ERV with their ballad "Deep Cuts the Knife," so interested readers can decide for themselves.]
The video for "Feel It Again" is awesomely cheesy, and uses some wonderfully dated special effects, which generated some airplay back in the day. (I am particularly partial to the dog on treadmill effect at 1:06.) The song ended up as a modest hit, reaching #34 in the U.S. (#16 in Canada) while their LP The Big Prize peaked at #61. The band's mainstream success faded after the early 1990's, but they continue to perform and record as of this writing (though there have been some personnel changes).
Cool trivia facts: Honeymoon Suite won the 1986 Canadian Juno Award for Group of the Year. The group also performed the title cut for the 1987 movie Lethal Weapon.