Tullycraft is an American twee pop band that formed in 1995. The original line-up was Jeff Fell (drums), Sean Tollefson (bass/vocals), and Gary Miklusek (guitar/vocals). Prior to Tullycraft, both Tollefson & Fell played in the band Crayon and Miklusek in the band Wimp Factor 14. Tullycraft are considered to be one of the forefathers of the American twee pop movement alongside bands like Black Tambourine, Tiger Trap, Lois, Beat Happening, and The Softies.
In October of 1995 the band recorded a batch of songs with producer Pat Maley at YoYo Studios in Olympia, Washington. Out of that recording session came a debut single on Harriet Records and an instant indiepop classic — "Pop Songs Your New Boyfriend’s Too Stupid To Know About".
In 1996 they released their full length debut, Old Traditions, New Standards on Harriet Records. The band followed up their first album with 7" singles on labels in Japan, England, Germany, and the U.S. They then cemented their cult status through extensive touring all over the United States, playing at venues ranging from house parties to universities, nightclubs to supermarket grand openings.