Thanks to a lack of recordings and a lot of good friends, The Berkeley Hunts have become a band you go see out of trust. A few particularly glowing recommendations led us their way and we're very glad they did. The two piece have been gigging around Melbourne for about a year, gradually building their folk punk sound. Rick Mulchinock's double bass steadily underlies the frantic vocals of singer Andy Casta; it's a pace that both compliments and contradicts the darker content of their songs and the fun they have whilst playing them. 

We met up with the guys early on Day 2 of Not Fest and found a little laneway near Public Bar to film a couple of songs. 

Poison Place:

There's a Hole in Your Head and I Can See You Thinking:

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