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Sugar Bomb! To Release Single, ‘Kiss Me’ Off Their Upcoming Self-Titled Full Length


Saucy Brooklyn based grunge pop trio, Sugar Bomb!, have premiered their new single, “Kiss Me,” exclusively on Under The Review earlier this week. The confident three-piece draws from influences like Hole, Green Day, and No Doubt and conjures up a sassy pop rock sound in their new single.

We are pumped to announce the release of our second single “Kiss Me” off of the upcoming Sugar Bomb! Album. “Kiss Me” is a sassy, guitar driven ode to cunnilingus. There aren’t many songs out there that discuss or allude to same sex intimacy and we are very proud to have written and recorded a song that makes a statement. We will be playing “Kiss Me” at Arlene’s Grocery, Tuesday March 4th. The song is a crowd favorite and we have a feeling that you’ll fall in love with the carnal groove. I love that “Kiss Me” takes a time honored sexy Rock N Roll sound and applies it to people, like myself, who identify as LGBT. We will be releasing the “Kiss Me” music video before summer, which will be filled with lots of kissing and pie. Thank you for listening and check us out via these fancy links!”

The band will be supporting the release with a live performance at Arlene’s Grocery in Brooklyn, NY on March 4th with local friends, Ten Ton ManBand of Young Saints,Near Peak and Dead Jetsetter. Purchase tickets HERE and join the event HERE!

Listen to the new single, below:

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