Single review

Juliette And The Licks

Serving up three minutes of saccharine-sweet guitar pop, this would have been a surefire hit back in the summer. Bouncy, light, and clearly aimed at the popular market, �Sticky Honey� unfortunately feels all-too-easily discardable when it suddenly comes to a close, lacking even a final chord to fade out on. Like Ronald McDonald�s honeycomb-studded McFlurries, this provides a few moments of pure delight for the sweet-toothed among us, but ultimately fails to fill the hole in our bellies.

Dan Coxon