Hailed as ‘stoke folk,’ Shred Kelly easily bring crowds to their feet, building energy at venues and festivals across the country and at international appearances including Australia and Germany. From early banjo-fuelled outlaw tunes like Ghost inside My Head and Fish (Goodbye July, 2010) to the haunting melody of Rowed Away (In the Hills, 2012) to the feel-good Sing to the Night (Sing to the Night, 2015), the band have kept their fans close and their secrets closer.
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