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New single 'Headin' South' streaming now!

"SOME KIND OF ROCK BAND"

Hometown: Richmond, VA

Label: Good Weather Records

Genre: Folk Rock, Southern Indie, Coastal Country

The Band's Influences: Mike's Playlist | Gabe's Playlist Hayden's Playlist | Noah's Playlist | Sean's Playlist

Members: Mike (vocals, rhythm guitar), Gabe (lead guitar), Sean (bass), Noah (drums), Hayden (lap steel, keyboard)

Booking and Management: Gabe Spadaccini at goodweatherrecords@gmail.com. 

The Sugar Hollows is “some kind of rock band" from Richmond, VA. Their 2023 their debut self-titled album included 10 well-crafted original songs that earned the group some positive regional and national press.  

After the release, they embarked on their maiden east coast tour with stops in every state from Georgia to Delaware, including cities like Atlanta, Charlotte, Raleigh, Nashville, Knoxville, Charlottesville, Richmond, and Wilmington. They returned home from tour to a sold out album release show at Get Tight Lounge.  

Their follow up 10-song sophomore album ‘Radio Waves’ is set to be released on May 31, 2024 and really begins to identify who The Sugar Hollows are. The first single ‘Headin’ South' was released on May 3 and is a testament to the band's ability to write hard-hitting rock songs as well as introspective, melodic grooves. Summer tour and festival dates will be announced in the coming weeks. 

“Releasing an album as grand and scopic as The Sugar Hollows would be a triumph for any band. To do it as your debut collection of songs? Incredible. These ten songs point to a quartet of musicians who know where they come from musically and where they want to go in harmony. They possess the open heart to explore that path fully and the keen intellect to know when it’s okay to take a detour and maybe find something that can make their travels more memorable and enjoyable. It’s a trip we can’t wait to re-live with the band over and over again on this album that vividly depicts a restless musical heart and gives it the orientation it so desperately craves.”

- The Auricular