Queer Nerd Band Sidewalk Furniture releases “Reimagined Thrill”

Durham, NC-based angry-nerd queer trans anarchist rock band, Sidewalk Furniture, long-awaited first album, Reimagined Thrill, was released today.

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Reimagined Thrill, an inadvertently and possibly fortuitously science-fiction themed album was released without the usual fanfare or the planned concert due to the pandemic. BUT REGARDLESS, the first track Jadzia, a hard-hitting riff, is sure to pique the curiosity and catch the attention of every queer punk rocker in our self-isolating world.

And it only gets better. Enjoy.

So I’m an ‘Enterprise’ aficionado (binge-watching again) and I didn’t get why ‘Jadzia’. So I asked band leader Riley DeHority (They/Them) about the first track.

“Jadzia is a song about one of my favorite Star Trek characters, Reimagined Thrill from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Jadzia Dax.” They said. “She was a badass scientist, knew Klingon martial arts, and had a really nice diplomatic sensibility that I always admire in people,” said DeHority.

“She also had one of the first lesbian kisses on television. The actor who played her, Terry Farrell, was in a contract dispute with the director, so she got killed off in a very inglorious way, basically a meaningless accident. It felt cheap and was played like she wasn’t one of the show’s main characters. I’m still mad they did that to her.” said DeHority

Sidewalk Furniture?

Geek Insider hosted an ICC – Independent Creators Connection PANEL on April 22, with
MATT & MEREDITH with CYBORGS UNIVERSE & SIDEWALK FURNITURE…..

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