Eight bouncy songs have an early Byrds-Beatles feel, yet are unmistakably modern. Feeling isolated by his girlfriend’s busy schedule (or lack of reciprocating feelings), a boy makes do: "I built a satellite just so I can see your eyes." And a pure ‘60s line like "Where you at, pussycat?" doesn’t slip by without a hint of a ‘90s wink.
Like a sip of perfect lemonade, Slumber Party Highs is yummy and sweet, with a jolt of fresh, tarty tang. Pretty please, boys, mix up a fresh pitcher soon?
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