The dreamlike quality of “Sugarwave” is perfect, considering that the song was born out of conversations about what people get up to in each other’s dreams. It’s an apt backdrop for musings about whether there is any truth in dreams and what they say about the dreamer’s perception of the people they allow to inhabit them…

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