Funny Bunny

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“The Tampa trio’s eponymous first album evokes late-’70s New York with ventures into New Wave, post-punk and even discoterritories while taking dreamy, shoegaze-y, psychedelic twists and turns, all of it propelled by the sultry croons, coy coos and ethereally sweet drones of frontwoman Kim Stein-Lepley.” – Leilani Polk, Creative Loafing

The confection they’ve created is mighty tasty — a swirl of traditional rock and experimental psychedelia. Stein-Lepley’s vocal prowess harkens back to badass rock chicks like Siouxisie Sioux and Deborah Harry, but she reins it in expertly, knowing when to simmer and when to sizzle.”
-Julie Garisto, Creative Loafing (Tampa)