Buttonhead has a mottled history, like a cork goat, that, when read out, can blind an old man, though a pock mark in recent times was finding fifth member Daniel 'Pancreas', which has solidified the once porridge-based lineup. Whilst hiking in the mountains, mourning the loss of multi-instrumentalist Thomas 'Humus', the band found him in a cave being raised by bald wolves. They knew he was one of them, there and then, when shirt buttons streamed from his mouth and ears. Since then Buttonhead have refined their live act into what closely resembles a burst goat, or the conjunction of mustard and Velcro, and they frequently invite their audiences to spit biscuits and construct large pineapple hammers on stage.
When at rest from their vibrant fun-shows and 'brown-shouting', Buttonhead can be reached at their mobile Corgi leg-and-paw cleaning facility found on various muddy south-eastern estuaries. Their pioneering efforts, using soap and water and sometimes buttered toast, to teach the younger ones how to wash themselves, have gained them esteemed recognition from none other than Pug Welfare & Rescue Association founders Beth Myth and Rick Bubble.