Fuzzy strolls a musical tightrope. Their audio amounts on that slim line between relaxing and sharpened vocals, driving rock and roll, and quirky pop. Frontwomen Chris Toppin and Hilken Mancini fulfilled in 1993, as co-workers at Newbury Street’s Tower Information. Soon, two various other Boston recruits — drummer David Ryan (Lemonheads) and bassist Winston Braman (Arrive) — joined up with, as well as the four-piece released the Half of a Cow EP. Fuzzy, the eponymous debut on Seed Information, made an appearance in 1994 and spawned the “Torch” one and associated video. Less hostility and much more mainstream design led to Electric powered Juices 2 yrs afterwards; the promotional tour brought Fuzzy alongside significant Boston acts such as for example Juliana Hatfield, Tummy, and Buffalo Tom. Regardless of the guaranteeing circumstances, some misfortunes compelled the band right into a keeping pattern. An interior overhaul at Label/Atlantic still left Fuzzy with out a label when the tour finished. Then Ryan still left to attend college. Nate Darden, just one single in some temporary drummers, decided to take a long lasting place in 1997. Almost 3 years of songwriting and multiple manufacturers culminated in Hurray for Everything, released in the die-hard indie label Catapult in 1999.