The Sisterhood of Convoluted Thinkers' began in the late 1990s when ex-Tsunami, Eggs, and Liquorice member Rob Christiansen formed the quirky indie pop group with his wife, Jeannine Durfee, in the Washington D.C. area. Their 1999 self-titled debut, a split release on Darla Records and 555 Records, introduced the band to the listening public. It showcased the duo's studio hijinks, showcasing their unconventional sound. Ume Sour, named after a Japanese cocktail, was conceived and recorded in Japan. The album was a cleaner-sounding indie synth pop disc. It was unveiled in 2001 on Darla Records. Better Days, Coming Now was released in 2003 on Teenbeat Records. For live shows, the band added drummer Jessica Weil and guitarist/sampler Mark McAdam. The band also appeared on various indie pop/rock compilations throughout their history. ~ Stephen CramerPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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