The Immaculate Crows are a Brisbane-based alternative band formed originally by Bruce Neilsen and Chris Allen in 1982. The first line-up consisted of Hamish McKie (singer), Mark Kalsulke (rhythm guitar), Chris Allen (drums), Bruce Neilsen (lead guitar & principal songwriter) and Brad Leaf-Milham (bass guitar). Hamish left briefly and was replaced by David Page who would have been one of the first (if not the first) indigenous frontman/vocalists in an Australian band. David had been a teenage pop-star. He was the first Australian to be signed to a Motown label. He sadly passed away in 2016. Mark Kasulke left and was replaced by Mark Hocknell. David left and Hamish returned. Chris Allen left and was replaced by Neal (surname unknown). The band broke up shortly afterwards and Bruce formed Insurrection and The Popes before playing with The Immaculate Crows again briefly in 1984 with Brad, Hamish, Mark and Dave Thomas (from The Popes) on drums. They did songs that covered a broad spectrum of genres including punk, new wave, psychedelic progressive rock and pop. Recently, Bruce and Mark Hocknell reunited, and several new songs are in progress. The Immaculate Crows are now a loose collection of Brisbane musicians with the focus on Bruce’s songs, guitar and arrangements, Mark’s guitar and production skills, Carolyn Neilsen’s production skills and vocal contributions from Peter Cleary, Melissa Grace Stevens and Nicky Steel. She’s A Mystery was written by Bruce in 1982 and performed back then, but was only recently recorded. She’s A Mystery is the first new song to be released under our new collaboration.