“Supermoon” by The Babe Rainbow

Australia’s folk-surf-psyche-pop group The Babe Rainbow are happy to announce their forthcoming new album, Double Rainbow, set for release on July 13 via Danger Mouse’s 30th Century Records. Today the band shares the LP’s first single, “Supermoon.” It marks the first bit of new music the band have shared since the 2017 release of their self-titled debut LP.

After touring relentlessly and around the world in support of their debut, The Babe Rainbow treated to the homey hills of Byron Bay, Australia to record album number 2 with producer Wayne Connolly.

With the release of The Babe Rainbow last year, Nylon noted the band is, “everything you could ask for from a left-of-center, nostalgia trip of a new band” and Entertainment Weekly said, “Their fantastic debut album…compiles folk and psych-rock influences for one of the greatest ’60s homages in recent years.” The album was produced by Stu Mackenzie (King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard).

The Babe Rainbow was formed in the in the summer of 2014 by Angus Dowling and Jack Laughlan Crowther in the coastal surf town of Rainbow Bay, Australia. Students of English, lovers of permaculture, riders of waves – the pair also found common ground in the 60’s music like The Incredible String Band and Swing Mademoiselles. Their early singles attracted the attention of Flightless Records who went on to release their breakout single “Secret Enchanted Broccoli Forest.” The band — which now includes Lucas Mariani and Jessi Dunbar — caught the attention of US record producer, artist and now label owner Danger Mouse who signed them to his 30th Century Records.

The Babe Rainbow
Double Rainbow

1.) The Magician
2.) Supermoon
3.) Gladly
4.) Darby and Joan
5.) Eureka
6.) Alan Chadwick’s Garden
7.) Cool Cat Vibe
8.) Bella Luna
9.) 2nd of April
10.) Running Back
11.) New Attitude

The Babe Rainbow

Friday 03 August 2018
Badlands Bar, Perth, WA, Australia

Friday 10 August 2018
Corner Hotel, Richmond, VIC, Australia

Saturday 18 August 2018
The Zoo, Fortitude Valley, QLD, Australia