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14 March 2012, 21:32
The 'Love Me' singers say they have a really faithful fan base who support them without question.
Stooshe have vowed not to be pigeonholed into one musical genre and have promised fans a variety of music on their debut album.
The three-piece girl band, who launched second single 'Love Me' earlier this month, say they love that their fans accepts them for who they are.
"We're just us no matter what," Stooshe star Alexandra Buggs told Sugar Scape this week. "We just put out what we want to put out.
"We don't feel any pressure in terms of people wanting to hear more explicit content, because our fans take us for who we are," they explained. "So we just wanna give people a variety of stuff which we will be doing."
The 'Betty Woz Gone' singers went on to describe their ever growing fan base as "wicked" and "really faithful'.
Courtney Rumbold added: "They vary from different ages as well. From like a 15 year-old girl to a 50 year-old man."
Stooshe released 'Love Me' as the second official single from their forthcoming debut album, featuring Gym Class Heroes Travie McCoy as a guest vocalist.