There hasn’t been an Australian band like The Siren Tower in quite some time.
That is, a band distinctly and unmistakably Australian.
The country and culture that The Siren Tower celebrates in story and song has both dignity and conscience in tact. It is an Australia of Indigenous, convict and immigrant history alike, because that is the truth of things, and the truth always makes for a better story.
The artistic vision of Grant McCulloch – a fifth-generation Wangaratta boy… read more
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