Sugar & the Hi-Lows are the kind of band that make you wish you lived in a different era, when all music was this easy and relaxed. Their self-titled album is a split personality—half-full of Elvis-inspired classic rock-and-roll tracks that dare you to keep your toes from tapping, juxtaposed with another half packed full of soft melodies and songs built for the slow dance—the kind any good DJ plays at the end of a wedding to close the night with a swaying goodbye.
Either way, you’re moving.
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