The three toured nationally for four years together as Miss Shevaughn & Yuma Wray, a band remarked upon by the likes of PopMatters, Sound Opinions, and Gaper’s Block to have a knack for seamlessly bringing together diverse influences and sounds.
FuzzQueen is the latest project and a completely new sound for the band. They take inspiration from 70’s rock, acid folk, 90’s indie, psychedelia, social activism, and post apocalyptic literature and film. FuzzQueen is the darker, heavier, mystical twin sister of the previous project. The band has most recently settled into Washington D.C. group music house where they host art and music shows.
“We’re a band made up of three songwriters. We all sing and play multiple instruments,” says Chris Stelloh, “We’re living in D.C. now, but we’ve brought a lot of that California feel back with us. Imagine if Fleetwood Mac had done a lot of peyote instead of all that coke.”
This is the debut single from the band’s upcoming two part album entitled Xenia due out later this year. The song was recently featured on Brightest Young Things. It’s music video will be released on the 27th of this month.
If Joan Osborne and Queen had a baby this would be their musical love child. FuzzQueen has been described as a “Wall of Sound” and it definately catches your attention with their heavy hitting 70’s meets 90’s rock flare against the enticing vocals of Erin Frisby.
Listen below and for more information check out the official website, Facebook, and Twitter pages.
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