Lips Like Sugar Bass Cover by October Noir
This October Noir single is a perfect tribute. A Lips Like Sugar cover is the perfect choice. The song was written by Ian McCulloch and is a love song about a trip on a canoe, kissing your ex-girlfriend and using chapstick. If you love acoustic music, you will definitely love this bass cover. It’s a fun and catchy way to pay homage to a classic tune.
Echo & the Bunnymen
The music of Echo & The Bunnymen, a British band, was bursting with emotion and rock-infused pop in the 1980’s. Pop, rock, and metal were all popular, capturing the rebellious spirit that was the era. Echo & The Bunnymen’s 1982 single Lips Like Sugar was a major success in the U.S. as well as their cover of “People Are Strange” which was used for the soundtrack to the movie The Lost Boys.
Ian McCulloch, a critic of Echo & the Bunnymen’s 1987 single “Lips Like Sugar”, initially dismissed the song. He considered it too commercial. Despite the initial criticism, the single eventually reached chart success in the UK, Ireland, and New Zealand. It also became an enduring hit in the US, and is frequently featured on MTV’s 120 Minutes program. Anyone who wants to imitate the famous riff can choose to cover the band’s “Lips Like Sugar”, bass cover.
The new album, “October Noir”, was recorded in Pensacola, Florida. It is a gothic/doom-metal band. The band was formed in late 2016 as a way to continue the legacy of Type O Negative after the death of founder Peter Steele. Originally a one-man band, October Noir includes Tom Noir, who sings and plays bass. Guitarist Doug Lane, drummer Daniel Stickz Bryant, and keyboardist Justin Thompson round out the band’s lineup.