Bush Gothic wander through the dankest, weirdest corners of the trad song books and emerge as post modern slash anti establishment slash folk feminists. Are they outsiders, lurking on the cultural fringe?
Or have they penetrated to the inner core of Australian identity? BBC Music Magazine gave them FIVE STARS and they are multiple Best Music Award winners at The Adelaide Fringe.

The Unthanks invited them to perform at their festival Home Gathering in the UK and the Rajasthan International Folk Festival built them a stage to play on within a UNESCO listed Maharajah’s Palace in India. Sometimes they expand to include the Lonely String Quartet and sometimes they make subversive cross stitch. They live in Naarm on the traditional lands of the Wurundgeri people, also known as Melbourne.

‘Rising folk stars, inventive and edgy’ - The Guardian

'Extraordinary, even revolutionary. Unforgettable folk.' - The Canberra Times

'Rescues Australian folk from the world of beards and blue jeans.' - The Age

Here is a longer biography and here is press information.