More bucolic psych-pop sprouts from the bounty of Aussie’s The Babe Rainbow this week. The band, ever lodged in the sweep of the ‘60s, unveils a dewy bop of early morning folk that would easily appease the Donovan fans out there, but they give it deeper delve with some shimmering flute floating above the strums and insect buzz beat. There’s a feeling of childhood sweetness, glowing sunlight, and the smell of fresh cut grass and lilac. This is the kind of song that can smack scowl right off your face. Despite hooking up with a few heavy backers her in the states, the band seems to have eluded much notoriety, but if they keep it up with singles like these, someone’s bound to notice, eh?
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