2020 release. Sugaregg roars from the speakers and jumpstarts both heart and mind. The third Bully album, Sugaregg, may not ever have come to fruition had Alice Bognanno not navigated every kind of upheaval imaginable and completely overhauled her working process along the way. Ultimately, SUGAREGG is a testament that profound change can yield profound results — in this case, the most expressive and powerful music of Bognanno’s career. “This is me longing to see the bigger picture, motivated and eager for contentment in the best way,” she says. “I hope the happy go lucky / fuck-it-all attitude shines through some of these songs because I really did feel like I was reentering a place I hadn’t been to in a while and was excited to be back there.”
|A1||Add It On|
|A3||Where To Start|
|B8||Stuck In Your Head|
|B11||Hours And Hours|
|B12||What I Wanted|
A very old saying goes that no one saves us but ourselves. Recognizing and breaking free from the patterns impeding our forward progress can be transformative — just ask Bully’s Alicia Bognanno. Indeed, the third Bully album, SUGAREGG, may not ever have come to fruition had Bognanno not navigated every kind of upheaval imaginable and completely overhauled her working process along the way.
“There was change that needed to happen and it happened on this record,” she says. “Derailing my ego and insecurities allowed me to give these songs the attention they deserved.”