There is no doubt that all future reviews and articles will somehow incorporate the "clever" remark "people will fall in love with Lovie." The thing is, it's true. This all-girl, oops, all-female band harkens to the day of the Go-Go's and Veruca Salt, with aggressive guitars, head-bopping beats and vintage vocals. They may be easy to dismiss as an aww-isn't-that-cute girl band, but they freshen up a sound that takes listeners all the way back to Josie and the Pussycats, a formula that somehow never wears thin. Of course, they'll probably need to get used to those comparisons from now on. But these ain't no 20-something, Gossip Girl-reading chicks that picked up a couple of instruments, relying on sex appeal to sell tunes. These are women in their 30s—including "a stay-at-home mom of three, a nano-technology public relations professional, a vegan/animals rights activist and a pharmaceutical sales rep," according to their Web site—who have a pure appeal that sells to everyone. And yes, they are sexy. Their sublimely titled debut CD, Harshmellow shows what rock feels like for girls and boys alike.
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