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The Sugar Clouds / Press

“Sugar Clouds’ Partners Don’t Do That (They Watch and be Amazed) (Wax Splat) is a nostalgic look at the psychedelic days of ’60s grooviness. Even the album cover looks like a lava lamp. The male-female vocals have a sort of Jefferson Airplane feel, and the songs are blessed with both sugary sweet pop melodies and a garage-y earthiness. The story of the band’s formation is rather interesting; the two vocalists, Greg and Melissa Host, are a divorced couple who wrote the songs in their living room. The band is still together, so this divorce was a hell of a lot more civil than any we’ve ever known of.”

“A really fun pop band is doing their thing on the PJ's Lager House stage for IPO Detroit! They're The Sugar Clouds, and they're a little bit pop/psych, a little angular, very clever, and have cool hooks and harmonies. Yeah, they're IPO poster children, and you can hear why at https://www.facebook.com/thesugarclouds”

“In the mood for something dreamy? With drum machines, surfy guitars and hazy vocals and lots of syrupy spaced out reverb? Head over to The Sugar Clouds and take a listen... "Song of the Dead." We are intrigued... -”