Performing sisters Vika & Linda Bull mixed Tongan and Australian heritage to supply the impetus behind their mixture of world music. Prior to the Dark Sorrows (where they sang as presented vocalists) brought nationwide popularity, the sisters sang with Advanced Boom Boom as well as the Sacred Hearts of Nice Enticement. Vika released two single singles in 1988, “Living Hell” and “MY HOME,” before teaming up with Linda for his or her debut recording, Vika and Linda. An easy to get at musical display for the sisters, it presented a few of Australia’s most talented songwriters, including Paul Kelly, Stephen Cummings, Joe Camilleri, Nick Smith, Tag Seymour, Nick Barker, and Wayne Burt. Their following album, In the Mouth from the River, was documented for Peter Gabriel’s Realworld label. In 1996, Vika & Linda came back to Tonga, where their mom was born, to fulfill the country’s monarch Ruler Taufa’ahu Tupou. This trip resulted in their next recording, Princess Tabu, an recording heavily affected by Tongan tradition and featuring a number of the country’s finest music artists, like the vocals from the Mosi Mosi Kava Golf club. The recording was documented in Britain with Massive Assault maker Jeremy Allom and once again featured various Australian talent including Paul Kelly, Tim Finn, Barry Palmer, Michael Barker, and Diesel. In addition to their solo shows, Vika & Linda also have appeared on many albums by well-known Australian functions, including John Farnham, Hunters and Enthusiasts, Ross Wilson, Archie Roach, Paul Kelly, and Noiseworks. Two Wings premiered in 1999 accompanied by Live & Acoustic in 2000.