The new record by The Tummies is a must for 2021! What a fun album! I love the influence of British rock. The Tummies make me smile with every song on the album!!!” - Tiffany
This Nashville, Tennessee group has a great dynamic with the dual vocals of Judd Fuller and Dana Radford, and a Beatlesque streak a mile wide. Fans of The Rooks and Grip Weeds will adore this band. The original songs all wear the influence on their sleeves but don’t sound like a slavish imitation at all. The jangling Rickenbackers and harmonies of “Sweet Little Mistreater” will carry you away to Merseybeat heaven and it sticks fast. The catchy “Little Blue Heart” and “Puppet” continue the party, and the title track is a slow ballad daydreaming about a girl you see on your commute. It effectively shifts moods on the acoustic “Collector” but it’s the groovy dance tunes like “Stuff Like That” is what these Tummies do best. Overall, the songwriting and musicianship are perfect without a note of filler. Highly Recommended.” -
The Tummies sound so cool on the FM dial with songs like “Sweet Little Mistreater” and “Other Side Of The World" from their eclectic rocking album “9:30 Girl”! From beginning to end, this album is pure pop bliss. All killer - no filler.” - Michael McCartney

— The Time Machine Radio Show Host - Hawaii KMNO-FM / KONI-FM / KORL-FM / KQMY-FM / KPMW-FM / KRKH-FM

"The Tummies' new album, '9:30 Girl', running 33 minutes, is pure powerpop perfection...punctuated by the tight & time-traveling harmonies of Fuller & Radford."” - Bob Ruggiero

The Houston Press

"The Tummies will swing, shimmy, & sing right into your 'Little Blue Heart' "” - Jill Kettles

American Blues Scene magazine