|1||Queen Of Hearts|
|3||Gan To The Kye|
|4||Give Away Your Heart|
|5||The Gallowgate Lad|
|6||No One Knows I'm Gone|
|7||The Testimony Of Patience Kershaw|
|8||My Laddie Sits Ower Late Up|
|9||Living By The Water|
|10||Canny Hobbie Elliot|
|11||Where've Yer Bin Dick|
|13||Nobody Knew She Was There|
|14||Close The Coalhouse Door|
|15||Flowers Of The Town|
|17||At First She Starts|
|21||Because He Was A Bonny Lad|
|23||Here's The Tender Coming|
The Unthanks (previously called Rachel Unthank and the Winterset, until 2009) are an English folk group from Northumberland and Tyneside. They made their debut performance at Towersey Village Festival in August 2004 and, on 11 May 2005, launched their debut album Cruel Sister at Holmfirth Folk Festival. Cruel Sister received support from a number of DJs on BBC Radio 2 and was subsequently awarded Folk Album of the Year by MOJO magazine.
Their follow-up album, The Bairns, released on 28 August 2007, was nominated for the Best Album award at the BBC Folk Awards 2008 and also nominated for the 2008 Mercury Prize. The album debuted in the UK Top 200 Albums Chart at number 178 in the week after the Mercury Prize award ceremony. Reviewing The Bairns for BBC Music, Mel Ledgard described it as "an album with a cinematic quality, huge in dramatic atmosphere".
The band were nominated for three further BBC Folk Awards in 2008 (Best Band, Best Live Act, Horizon Award), and were successful in one category, receiving the Horizon Award at the ceremony in The Brewery, London.