The Sisters Of Invention, a pop group whose members each have a disability, have released a new album and will headline a show at Adelaide’s Embrace festival.
Electro-pop Sisters embrace disability
Adelaide pop group The Sisters Of Invention is a band unlike any other.
The four women have been playing and writing music together for more than a decade, and they agree they are like sisters.
But it’s not longevity or fraternity that sets the quartet of Aimee Crathern, Michelle Hall, Caroline Hardy and Annika Hooper apart – it is the fact that each of the band members also live with a disability.
With an infectious, danceable brand of electro-pop and onstage antics such as lighting dolls on fire, the band helped audiences understand more about disability simply by performing, Crathern said.