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Ear candy, but with extra extra high glucose levels. This butter soft – yet hard enough to break your teeth with – album is worthy of a short and sweet review. Short enough before the sugar dip kicks in.
Time: Approximately 2 minutes.
Space: Any space, as long as you keep your headphones on. It’s still a little guilty pleasure, you know.
Outside – So dark, you’ll either hate it or love it. Tastes like liquorice
Time today – Soft ice-cream synths swirling your mood right into happyland
Only acting – Loaded with an unpredictable, fortune-cookie like climax
Flyway – Fingerlicking good synth pop.
Dump – 50/50 feels. Like when your candy bag has reached the half full state. Your body says yes, your mind says no. Sometimes it’s better to dump things.
Make believe – This would be the utter Candy Crush soundtrack.
+ A crush on Sarah Midori Perry’s voice.
Dear Future Self – If you’re listening to the album straight up in this order, mild migraine symptoms might appear. At this point of the album it would be called OD’ing on sweetness.
Visiting hours – Bit like Stevia-sweetened yoghurt. Semi satisfying, semi strangely sweet.
If I’d known – <3 <3 <3
Sometimes – It’s as if a gingerbread man is staring right into your eyes.
Swimming – This one’s got a wavy, dreamy, creamy flow. Reminds of fudge.
Rest stop – All good things come to an end, so does this album. The perfect bedtime story music for adults. Sugarfree.
🍬 Satisfy your cravings and come to the show at Sugar Factory 🍬
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