Formed out of a last-minute opportunity, the group's frontman was scheduled to go to Australia as part of a group called Woodrow. An arts grant from the Metis Nation of Ontario resulted in a slight change of plans. The band, whose members predominantly come from Ottawa, Ontario, released Sky Stories in the autumn of 1998, and followed up with Hands Like Mine in May 2000. The group has performed at various industries showcases as well as aboriginal festivals. In 2002, the group released "Work to Do" on The Breath Records.
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