Charlotte pop-rock quartet Sugar Glyder, who recently signed to ORG Music, has been hard at work on their debut CD for the label. In the meantime, they've been performing a handful of shows including a spot at this year's Barnstock event in Huntersville.
Members of the Charlotte Video Project caught up with Sugar Glyder at Barnstock for the video clip below. It's part of a series of high-quality music videos CL is running between Sept. 11 and Sept. 15 in collaboration with the Video Project, an arts venture that set out to document Charlotteans through 100 Web-based videos showcasing the city's arts and culture. From sports to music and more, the Project's mini-documentaries have been giving viewers outside of Charlotte an inside look at what the Queen City has to offer.
To date, the band has released two full-length albums, We Cracked the Sky (2008) and Poor Baby Zebra (2009), and two EPs, The Unsaid and the Obvious (2006) and Lovers at Lightspeed (2011).
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