They're the self-styled "furniture rock" band from Birmingham who perform on stage alongside rugs, candlesticks and hat-stands.
They are also now the proud winners of a recording contract worth an estimated £1 million after winning a new reality TV competition for unsigned bands.
Envy & Other Sins won the public vote yesterday to be crowned champions of T4's mobileAct unsigned show, which showcased undiscovered bands who perform their own material.
Jarvey Moss, the Birmingham-based band's frontman, told The Post: "This is the dawning of the age of furniture rock.
"To be honest, it hasn't really sunk in yet. Things have just gone mad since we were told we had won.
"The band hasn't had a chance to get to grips with what this will really mean.
"It's really great though, all our families are here and everyone is so excited.
"We are going to try and get everyone to meet down the pub to celebrate."
He added: "Now we've got to justify winning this by writing an album that's good enough.
"A lot of people bandy around the phrase, 'million pound contract' but we certainly won't see any of that money ourselves.
"But we used to have to make albums with just a few pounds and now we have a few hundred thousand to use, it's fantastic."
Envy & Other Sins had been kicked off the reality show by the judges in an earlier round, but were brought back by a 'wild card' public vote two weeks ago.
They went into last night's head-to-head with rivals Revenue in the live show with the prize of a major recording contract with Universal's A&M Records, plus management and marketing support, merchandising and tour organisation.
The quartet are: keyboards player Moss, Mark Lees (bass), Jim Macaulay (drums) and Ali Forbes (vocals and guitar).
The group have been together for four years and, despite their televised success, said they remained committed to Birmingham.
"The last gig we played in Birmingham was at the Queens Arms in Hockley, just a few days ago," said Moss.
"It was a great night. We have no intention of moving away from the city, we still plan to play gigs here.
"Birmingham has a bit of a hard time on the music scene and people think it hasn't got the creativity of London or Manchester.
"But it isn't true. Birmingham has got some great Indie bands, such as Murdoch, Deluka and Big Bang.
"It's also got a great number of musicians playing diverse music from different cultures."
Alex James, one-time bassist with the band Blur and now judge on the show, which is sponsored by Sony Ericsson and Orange, said: "It's been very exciting to be part of a show searching for new bands that have something special about them.
"Unlike other talent shows which just parade puppets and morons desperate for fame, mobileAct unsigned was all about good original songs."
Another of the show's judges, Radio 1 DJ Jo Whiley, said: "The band said they had already prepared their losers' speech - so they're over the moon.
"It's really exciting for them - the fact that they came in as wild cards, we weren't expecting it."