"Sixteen Tons" + Spring Tour!


Though the labour song "Sixteen Tons" was written in 1946, its message is still relevant to this day. Ever since we started performing it years ago we have been asked by fans for a recorded version. We are so excited to finally deliver! 

You'll get an immediate download of the track when you pre-order The Butcher Shoppe EP!


We are so honoured to have been invited to perform a few shows this spring with the legendary Steve Martin & Martin Short on their show "Now You See Them, Soon You Won't". We can't quite believe it, but it's really happening! 

We are also really looking forward to playing at one of the coolest venues in the country -- the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix, Arizona. We'll be there in early April on our way out to the Bender Jamboree in Las Vegas. 

Visit our SHOWS page for tickets.



Some of you may have seen the video we put out on social media last weekend to bring attention to the Women's March. We have always been vocal about causes we believe in; you can hear this in the lyrics of our songs. We care deeply about the rights of women and girls worldwide. We’ve worked with women's groups in countries like Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Guyana, Russia and Kyrgyzstan. We've partnered with organizations at home and abroad to support education and safety.

We also support marching to demand rights and freedoms at home. We support peaceful protests to remind the world that we are here, we must be taken seriously, we must be believed...and we aren’t going anywhere.

Your voice matters, and we encourage you to make it heard at a women's march near you tomorrow. Find your local march here: http://smarturl.it/DM_womensmarch

See you at the march, and on the road!
-- Celia, Jenni Lyn, Kimber and Zoe

Della Mae