RAINBROTHER may be a relatively new prospect, but their small output so far indicates they are a band to keep an eye on. Hailing from Denmark, the outfit are the latest project to be spearheaded by Bjarke Bendsten, perhaps best known for his work with psychedelic folk band The Migrant; Rainbrother becoming the vehicle through which he can delve further into his electronic and folk influences.
‘Blue’ is the second single to be revealed from their debut album Tales From The Drought, due for release on February 3rd, and it possesses a poetic and affecting charm that is reminiscent of bands such as Fleet Foxes and Whitney. Full of wistful guitars, steady beats and soft vocals, it’s an endearing and melodic offering that feels comforting in its familiarity while simultaneously showing signs of the band’s idiosyncrasies.
Following the release of their album, Rainbrother will embark on a short UK tour which will include a date at Glasgow’s Glad Café on 24th February. Check out the track below: