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Sugar & the Hi Lows

The RELEVANT Podcast

Published on 01/04/2013

This week, one of our favorite new bands, Sugar & the Hi Lows, comes by and performs live in our studio. Last year saw the band release its self-titled debut as well as a Christmas EP, and if you’re into new music with an old sound, you will love Sugar & The Hi Lows. Also this week, we bring in our editors to talk about the brand new issue of RELEVANT, featuring a compelling look at the epidemic of suicide, the return of Five Iron Frenzy and a recap of the year of the Christian athlete. Plus, we get a couple of listeners on the phone to talk about their podcast-inspired YouTube song, “The Ukulele and the Slide Whistle.” A big thanks to the sponsor of Jesse’s line,, the leading provider of premium digital spoken audio information and entertainment on the Internet. They’re giving all RELEVANT Podcast listeners a free audiobook! To get yours, click here. Download the show MP3 here, or subscribe to the RELEVANT Podcast via iTunes or any other podcast aggregator. EPISODE MUSIC Mumford & Sons, “Babel” Tame Impala, “Music To Walk Home By” Crystal Castles, “Affection” Tamaryn, “While You’re Sleeping, I’m Dreaming” Melody’s Echo Chamber, “I Follow You” Exitmusic, “Passage” Death Cab For Cutie, “The New Year” FEATURED VIDEOS Sugar & The Hi Lows, ‘See It For Yourself’ Sugar & The Hi Lows, ‘I’ve Got You Covered’ Sugar & The Hi Lows, ‘Two Day High’ “The Ukulele and the Slide Whistle”The podcast-inspired song from Liz Dail and Bethany Tompkins QUESTION OF THE WEEK What are your new year resolutions? The start of a new year always gets us thinking about making some changes. Maybe it’s a new diet or more sleep or less TV. And let’s just be honest, regardless of how many times in our lives we’ve actually kept our new year’s resolutions, we continue to create new ones each January. So this week we want to know what your new year resolutions are for 2013.

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