Danish new outfit Rainbrother are ready to release their debut album “Tales From The Drought“; a full-length project that should give room to some electronic folk-rock exploration. Taken from this album, here is the delightfully wistful second single “Blue.”
Rainbrother‘s “Blue” is mainly based on a guitar loop that actually sounds familiar. The track is an instant moody and dreamy piece of alternative folk-pop that should delight the fans of Fleet Foxes and Radiohead.
Rainbrother are a new project headed by The Migrant‘s frontman Bjarke Bendtsen. The artist was back to Copenhagen after a European tour with the psychedelic act. While performing with a group of fellow Danish musicians, they eventually gave birth to a new band: Rainbrother. The debut album “Tales From The Drought” will be released on February 3 via General Bird. It was produced by Noah Georgeson, an ambitious technician who already worked with The Strokes, Joanna Newsom, and Devendra Banhart.
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Besides the album release, Rainbrother will be playing a few gigs worldwide. Check the dates below.
3rd February 2017 – Album Launch Show – Huset – Copenhagen
22nd February 2017 – Paper Dress Vintage – London
23rd February 2017 – Castle Hotel – Manchester
24th February 2017 – The Glad Cafe – Glasgow
25th February 2017 – The Adelphi – Hull
13th – 19th March 2017 – SXSW – Austin TX
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