- Ian Furelli (frontman, songwriter, guitar) The rug that ties the room together. Born and raised in Montauk, and moved with the band to New York.
- Ellen Blinstone (keyboards): Ian's wife from Joisey. They were friends since childhood... and she was literally the first girl Ian ever met.
- Brian O'Feeny (drums): An Unlucky Everydude from Connecticut. Unlucky at love. And cards. Help him. Please.
- Tina Furelli (bass): Ian's girl-clone, although that label leaves a bit to be desired. And yet, the treat her as one of the family. She was created halfway through the first album, when their old record label asked for a bass player.
- One More for the Road (2014)
- Air, Fire, Water (2015)
- Out and About (2016)
- Blinstone and Furelli: Because I Can (The Wedding Album) (2017)
- Sea Base (2017)
- Tales from Vinegar Hill (2018)
TPEG provides examples of the following tropes:
- Auto-Tune: Experimented with in a remixed version of "Renaissance Man".
- Buffy Speak: Ian's guacamole recipe calls for the use of a "hand-citrus-juice-squeezer-outer-thingy".
- The Drifter: The narrator of Aimless Wandering
But it is when you try it, puttin' trouble on the run
Just like me, just doing nothing, and I'm making it a thing
A thing that I call aimless wandering.
- Epic Rocking: Three tracks on Sea Base clock in just past five minutes, while "The Girl That Wasn't There" goes on for eleven minutes!
- Image Song: "To Whom It May Concern" is this for Tina.
- Instrumentals: At least one per album, and the entirety of Because I Can.
- Puppy Love: Ian and Ellen first fell in love in first grade.
- Revolving Door Band: So far, only three-and-a-half albums have Tina on bass.
- Sibling Rivalry: Ellen's twin sister Mary, who's jealous of Ellen's fame, as illustrated in the song "I Want My Sister Back".
- Step Up to the Microphone / A Day in the Limelight: While Ian is the primary lead singer, Ellen, Brian and Tina have also had their moments at bat.
- Textless Album Cover: Air, Fire, Water
- A Wild Rapper Appears!: Lots of the tracks on Out and About have rap sections, given the hip-hop nature of the album as a whole.
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