They began singing Appalachian folk songs outside their local veggie shop every Saturday morning from the ages of 11 and 8. Harmony singing has always been a kind of game, weaving melodies around in an attempt to surprise the other. They also played Celtic trad tunes on fiddle and cello from an early age.
2014 saw the young duo aged 14 and 11, spend their busking savings to release their debut EP "Home" , which launched them onto the Australian Folk Festival circuit.
In 2016, "Staring at the Starry Ceiling", their debut album, was released. Produced by Nick Huggins and the Finches, it features the duo's signature sibling harmonies, with a distinct chamber-folk flavour coming from the instrumentation: gently-picked guitar, ukulele, cello, violin, glockenspiel, lyre, banjo and piano, all played by the sisters.
2018 saw them release a song, "The Bridge", a heart breaking tale of lost youth.