The hills are alive with the sounds of Mary Valley
It's possible the best thing to come out of the Mary Valley could be Mary Valley, the band that is.
Three sisters from Conondale are making waves on the Australian music scene with their new single Blue-Haired Girl.
Mary Valley is made up of oldest sister and guitarist Maya Mohan 25, bass guitarist Vivi Mohan, 22, and drummer Agnès Mohan, 18.
The sisters, who moved to the Mary Valley 10 years ago, wanted a band name that was "cool, feminine and also sounded expansive".
They aren't afraid of hard work and have had their hands in every aspect of creating their latest song - from writing and performing, to recording, producing and making the video clip.
There is a healthy rivalry between the siblings but they claim they are able to leave their differences at the door for the sake of the music.
"We know how to work together and get over things," Maya said.
"You can fight about the biggest things, but we always come back together."
Mary Valley is ready to start touring and live performances next year after Blue-Haired Girl gained a strong following on Triple J radio.
They will also do more writing and recording at their tin shed studio built by their father Richard on the family's hinterland property.
Mary Valley are getting the attention of United States producer Rick Nowels who has previously worked with Lana Del Raye, Madonna, Stevie Nicks, Adele, and more.
With quality mentors of that calibre in their corner we are sure to hear a lot more from Mary Valley in the future.