With their quiffs, red lipstick and vintage shirts, you’d be forgiven for thinking this rockabilly trio had just stepped out of the 1950’s. Meet Kitty, Daisy and Lewis, the North London siblings who count Ray Charles and Little Richard as the muse for their latest boogie woogie offerings. They have already supported Razorlight and Mika and are set to release their second album. The twist to this Von Trapp hillbilly affair? These kids are just 15, 17 and 20. “Since we were little we’ve always been playing music together at home as a family,” Kitty says. “Our dad used to sing to us at bed time, songs like ‘Honolulu Rock a Roll a’ and Louis Prima’s ‘Buona Sera. It’s just the music we love because it makes you feel good. It has a good energy and a live raw sound. Most of all it makes you want to dance because it rocks!” They have built a huge word-of-mouth audience through a string of gigs and festival appearances. And that’s not all. The brother and two sisters play guitar, piano, banjo, harmonica, double bass, ukulele, trombone and accordion between them. “We are definitely a musical family,” Kitty says. "We had a double bass which my dad used to sit me on top of while he played, and we had the odd harmonica lying around that we could fiddle with. Dad showed us a couple of chords on the guitar and we just picked it up from there. “ They came together almost by accident at a country and rockabilly jam seven years ago. When asked onstage, they played an impromptu version of ‘Folsom Prison Blues’ with Lewis on the banjo, Kitty on drums and Daisy on accordion. Their passion for vintage music led to their compilation ‘A to Z - Kitty, Daisy & Lewis - The Roots Of Rock n Roll’ being named one of the Guardian’s 2007 ‘Albums Of The Year – 5/5′. Now they are set to release their second album- a mixture of the covers their Dad used to sing to them, along with new material like ‘Buggin’ Blues.’ The album leads with the new single ‘Going up the Country’ - a summertime jam with harmonica solos and handclaps galore. Ooo Wee, make way for the coolest kids in town. ‘Kitty, Daisy & Lewis’, the album, is out now on Sunday Best Recordings. -Taken from the fantastic There Goes The Fear website and written by the awesome Phil!