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High Heels Lo Fi Interview

SEE ROCK LIVE MAG got a chance to talk CYNTHIA GOULD front woman & DOUG LEA Drummer of High Heels Lo-Fi. High Heels LoFi is one of Toronto’s premier PARTY BANDS. We hooked up with them before their show started at the Junction City Music Hall. The show was to play and promote their crazy and amazing new EP Release. The EP is several versions of a signature Hight Heels Lo-Fi song Mississauga Booty Call. This band Hight Heels Lo-Fi is a riot to watch and listen to. Really it’s like you have been immersed in the band they put on such an interactive show. This band brings you onto the stage, they often leave the stage.  They are wearing clothes one minute the next well they’re not!!  They play to have fun and their goal is to make the audience have the most fun they can. Fuel designer to have fun with shots of well anything, beer and again really any flavor of cocktail one can get their hands on. You have an electric room with sweaty dancers and an audience that has broad smiles across their faces.

I WANA TAKE YOU TO A GAY BAR

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