TouchTunes Interactive Announces the Furriest Giveaway Ever

NEW YORK — TouchTunes Interactive Networks, the largest interactive in-venue entertainment network in North America, has partnered with Universal Republic Records to give The Lonely Island fans the once in a lifetime opportunity to take a piece of the band home with them. 

The Lonely Island
Beginning August 29, fans of the band (and furniture lovers everywhere) will have a chance to win The Dudes’ white furry couch as seen on the cover of The Lonely Island’s second album, Turtleneck & Chain.  Fans can enter to win the couch on participating TouchTunes digital jukeboxes or by visiting
“This is a great opportunity for music buffs and couch potatoes everywhere,” said Vicki Saunders, TouchTunes Vice President, Digital Media and Music Marketing. “We’re so excited to partner with The Lonely Island on this exclusive giveaway. There’s nothing like listening to great music on a great couch and this is a chance for one lucky winner to have it all.”
The Lonely Island, Saturday Night Live’s trifecta comprised of Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone, released Turtleneck & Chain, their sophomore album for Universal Republic Records on May 10, 2011. A follow up to the band’s debut album Incredibad, the trio has upped the ante with Turtleneck & Chain, teaming up with even more of the music industry’s biggest heavy hitters and A-list celebrities including Akon, Justin Timberlake, Nicki Minaj, Rihanna and Michael Bolton, who in May premiered the wildly popular SNL digital short for “Jack Sparrow (feat. Michael Bolton.).”
For more information and to enter The Lonely Island Couch giveaway, visit  
 For more information on The Lonely Islands second album, visit their website at


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