Push When They Say Pull
Upright Figurine started as the brain child of Keith Anderson, and Keith Heinemenn, as a way to bring back interesting composition to modern rock music. Originally a Pink Floyd-esque psychedelic project, it eventually evolved into an electronicaly based post-industrial rock band, with a revolving door policy on members, with Keith Anderson being the only constant factor. A couple of albums were completed with the assistance of Doug Borghese, and Aaron Lueth primarily, before the band decided to go on a hiatus, due to complications working on a new album. After a few years, Upright Figurine regrouped, and re-evaluated their music with their current lineup, and took on a more organic sound that can be heard to ths day.