Dama Scout’s Sugar is a slippery imagination, protruding non-sensical dreariness – drenched with the blood of silky guitar cacophony. We were hooked with the intro guitar, empathized by the lead vocal of Eva Liu, and ‘pushed and pulled’ with our emotions by the song’s ups and downs. Brilliant, we say.
It’s an art piece, without meaning to be an art piece, to be honest. And while we’re being honest, the song has some deep “peaks & valleys”, represented by long pauses and gaps in sound.
And why not, right?
Sometimes we have cereal in the morning, then cereal for dinner. Sometimes we go out on dates, but just want to be there for the environment. And sometimes songs are made, because it’s like a ceramic vase with those cracks (but aren’t cracks).
Ultimately, Sugar brings out on us, nostalgia and smiles.
Simple equation really. And we dig that.