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Furniture Girls / Press

“With two guitars there was that Faith No More kind of heaviness, though of course it sounded like the Furniture Girls. There was even, finally, a solo, and an excellent one at that. Good tune. Good closer. People set their fries down and cheered.”

"So, a debut album from this Seattle band ... with more built-in pizzazz than almost any previous debuts I have had the pleasure of dealing with. I hope the follow up is not too long in coming, although the wait, whatever it might be, shall certainly be worth it."

"The fantastically tattooed stayC and friends’ mix of electronic, indie, and industrial rock will blow the roof off Scott Pilgrim style ... If tonight you want to go out and see a band that isn’t afraid to be weird and unique while dropping all pretensions of indie rock hipsterism, Furniture Girls is your best bet."

“What makes this band unique and makes them stand out from the crowd is their use of interesting sounds, textures, musical instruments and technology, coupled with intelligent lyrics and superb musical chops.”

“Their sound is a mix of electro-dance tracks that will make you shake your tail, and hard hitting tunes that will rock your face. The music is really tight, and with the band in full stride, lead singer StayC steals the show with killer stage presence and vocals that set your hair on fire.”

“Furniture Girls are a great band with great music, and an unique vibe that audiences love. They embody the very essence of Seattle's reputation for producing special artists who make memorable and tasty work.”

Julie Mains & Jennifer Austin - 1150AM KKNW (Seattle)

“The sound is dynamic, rhythmically dense, texturally rich, and emotionally present–kind of like Pat Benatar, but more late ’90s than ’80s with a good dose of funk and some sneaky bits of electronic sounds tossed in to round things out.”

Brooklyn Benjestorf - Sound Magazine