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Button Tea

Button Tea

Folk / Acoustic / Celtic Lismore, NSW, AU  AU
The River- Live from D1.37
The River- Live from D1.37
The monster
The monster


Button Tea playing "Drunken Sailor" in a pavilion on a windy day. 9/12/11


  • 2011

    Dec 17

    Friday Creek., NSW, AU | 8:00pm

    A weekend of music and camping the the luscious forest surrounded valley of Friday Creek.

  • 2011

    Dec 8

    Lismore, NSW, AU | 7:30am

    You know the drill. Come check out our new stuff and have a drink or twelve.

  • 2011

    Sep 1

    Lismore, NSW, AU | 2:00pm


  • 6/9/11
  • 6/9/11
  • 6/9/11


Bio: Raised in the cold mountains in the far south of australia, the young Brodie Buttons found himself in the shire of Lismore with not much more than the celtic folk tunes that surrounded his childhood and a desire to sing, dance and jam with any of the kind folk he encountered.

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Twitter_icon_for_status: Posted a new song: "The River- Live from D1.37" http://t.co/9JVvl6Pv #music


“Whilst they have yet to release an Album or even an EP, australian folk group Button Tea are already making waves in the international folk and pop music scene, with many critics now predicting they will be one of the biggest acts to come out of australia in the genre, right up there with John Butler and Angus and Julia Stone. With a sound steeped deep in the traditions of australian, european and ethnic folk music, there sound is hauntingly familiar but excitingly fresh. Some tracks feature the high energy of a mumford and sons song, whilst others have the more progressive elements found in bands like porcupine tree. Our tip for biggest new release in the folk genre for 2012? Button Tea!!”

— Executive editor Ben Hussell, SCU newsletter

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Dec 1, 2011

Ahoy there, friends. We've recently gotten back into regular rehearsals after a ... [more]

Aug 31, 2011

Dot point makes things easy. Lets do this. -We will be recording our debut EP t... [more]


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