Furniture Girls is a rock band. You won’t get any twang, folk-pop harmonies or atmospheric, shoe-gazing riffs from this quintet. Instead, they just crank out the jams; brash, bold, funky-as-hell electro-rock that gets a crowd moving.
With a seasoned lineup that includes vocalist stayC Meyer, bassist Jim Watkins, drummer Thane Mitchell, guitarist Jason Lightfoot and vocalist, Furniture Girls have been filling clubs throughout the Northwest with audiences hungry for something dynamic and different since 2007. In that time, they’ve performed with alt-rock heavyweights Linda Perry, Vintage Trouble, Sky Cries Mary and My Life with the Thrill Kill Cult and shared the stage with countless musical guests, including the legendary Dr. Fink (of Prince and the Revolution), guitarist Michael Cozzi and soul singer Darrius Willrich.
Furniture Girls have become one of the most respected bands in Seattle’s music community, with appearances at legendary rock clubs like The Roxy (LA) and The Croc, as well as shows at South by Southwest, Seattle Weekly's REVERB Festival, Noise for the Needy, the Bite of Seattle, the Rock ‘n’ Roll Seattle Marathon and the University District Street Fair. The band’s critically-acclaimed debut album, How I Learned to Crawl, was released by Critical Sun Recordings in August of 2010. Their second album, Dreams and Chaos, will be released in early 2013.
Support band, KROQ Showcase at The Roxy (W. Hollywood)
Support band, Hunter Valentine and Queen Caveat (Seattle, October 2012)
Support band, Vintage Trouble (Seattle, August 2012)
Support band, Van Hunt (June 2012)
Headliner, Critical Sun @ SXSW 2012 (March 2012)
Featured performer, Seattle Weekly's REVERB Festival (October 2011)
Headliner, Comcast Bite of Seattle (July 2010 & 2011)
Support band, Deep Dark Robot (Seattle, October 2011)
Featured performer, Rock n' Roll Seattle Marathon (June 2010 & 2011)
Headliner, Noise for the Needy Festival (June 2009 & 2011)
Featured artist, Microsoft Windows Playlist7 (February 2010)
Support band, Sky Cries Mary (NW Tour, December 2009)