How I Learned to Crawl

by Furniture Girls

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  • How I Learned to Crawl is a super-charged mixture of alternative rock and dance music with spacious melodies and deeply personal lyrics.

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Furniture Girls' debut album, How I Learned to Crawl, puts the songwriting talents of stayC Meyer and Nikki Wolgamott on full display. On this album you'll discover a sound that's new, yet strangely familiar, calling to mind the hard-edged layered guitar riffs of bands like Muse and Silversun Pickups, blended with the intricate electronic rhythms found in the work of Gnarls Barkley and MGMT. From the first track to the last, How I Learned to Crawl is a listening experience that's powerful and truly unique.

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released August 31, 2010

Produced for Critical Sun Recordings by Bubba Jones & Furniture Girls. Recorded at ContactCreate & Moscozzi Music. Engineering: Bubba Jones, Tim McClanahan & Michael Cozzi. Editing/Engineering Assistants: Nathan Todd, Stephen M. Hogan, Audra O’Dell & Paul Herlihey. Mastering: Ed Brooks, RFI Mastering.

© 2010 Furniture Girls. Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws. All rights reserved.

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Furniture Girls Seattle, Washington

Furniture Girls is an electro rock band from Seattle. The band's high-energy live shows and innate ability to connect with fans and fellow musicians alike has made them a popular and fast-rising quintet that's played to packed venues across the U.S. Their sound is influenced by Siouxsie & the Banshees, Sky Cries Mary, The Cure, Skunk Anansie, Nina Hagen, Prince, Cibo Matto, Blondie and Berlin. ... more

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