Exactly how am I supposed to fault a group with a name that implies their main goal is to be as cute as possible? “Sugar” puts Tokyo CuteCute” in pastel skirts with fluffy details and an even fluffier song to some great effect. The heavy delay on the guitar lead puts some interesting texture to a melody that, on the best of days, can be described as “sing-song”. Things really get going in “SUGAR” when the girls stretch out their hands in a bit of self-insert video fiction; the melody seems to reach out its hand to the listener in the very same manner. Bubbly and refreshing, your response to Tokyo CuteCute will likely vary according to how you feel about such a blatantly moe product. Of course, I don’t think there’s anything wrong with a bit of sugar in my life, so I can look at Tokyo CuteCute smiling at me through my computer screen all day long. Tokyo CuteCute’s double A-side single “SUGAR / Yukyu Symphony” will land on shelves on March 28, 2018.
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