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This Isn’t Disneyland

On a candy-pink background, a dolls head sits in a puddle of black ink. The words Sisters of Invention - DEbut album launch sit above the head in black ink.

While lighting dolls on fire, The Sisters of Invention are making an impact internationally as the world’s first girl band living with learning disability. 

“The Sisters Of Invention differ from what your average listener or viewer might expect of a ‘disabled band'”, said Clem Blastow, Daily Life – Fairfax Media.

“This is no parade of trite ~ inspirational anthems. Rather, they are top notch pop songs that, like any other artists’, deal with the emotional truths of life.”

The girls co-wrote and co-produced every song on their debut album, This Isn’t Disneyland.  Considering the single was added to QANTAS inflight entertainment and the music video screened at the UN headquarters in New York, the group have high hopes.

The Sisters are getting ready to release their debut album at the Space Theatre, Adelaide Festival Centre on Friday 8 May at 8 pm. Featuring tracks from the album This Isn’t Disneyland the launch will also feature the screening of a short documentary taking viewers behind the scenes of the creation of their album so audiences can experience The Sisters’ pioneering ideas.

Sombre and sweet, The Sisters of Invention present extraordinary, inclusive art!

The launch of This Isn’t Disneyland will be at the Space Theatre, Adelaide Festival Centre on Friday 8 May 2015 with commencing from 8 PM. Tickets are available from BASS on by phone: 131 246 or online: www.bass.net.au