Music Video Monday: Ally and the Walrus


Music Video Monday asks, have you hugged your unicorn today?

Ally Wallace of Ally and the Walrus is excited about "Sugar," her first music video. "The cinematography and audio production was all created by students from the University of Memphis," she says.

Visuals for Wallace's ukulele-driven ditty of self-love were directed by E. Adell B. Creations. The song was engineered by Nicolles Hamilton and Ethan Mayo, with additional vocals by Jordan Occasionally and Evan Rogers rounding out the band. It's a song about crushing on someone, and getting over it. Dump him, girl.

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