A musical reflection on time spent at Myall Creek and a questioning of just how much things have improved for the First People since the massacre of 1838.
Second single from the band about a place which we love and respect. Video by Dougal Mordike from footage by Dylan Mordike. (No Mordikes were hurt in the filming of this video.) More credits at the end.
Bloopers from the making of George Huitker & Junk Sculpture's "The Tiny Tin Town" clip. Includes a GH Masterclass in how to dance like Garrett.
Third and personal release from the band about George's father, John (Jan) Huitker, and his legacy to the Canberra environs.