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Babe Rainbow Announce Spring Tour Of New Zealand

Babe Rainbow Announce Spring Tour Of New Zealand

C.C. / Wednesday 23rd June, 2021 9:00AM

Just revealed to be playing as part of Tāmaki Makaurau's super stacked The Others Way 2021 festival, sun-loving Byron Bay psych pop stars Babe Rainbow are all set to brighten up venues across Aotearoa this coming spring. Celebrating the launch of their dreamy new fourth album Changing Colours (released in May through their own Eureka Music imprint, with vinyl courtesy of pals King Gizzard's Flightless Records), the prolific Australian four piece have announced today September headline dates in Christchurch, Wellington and Napier — making their almighty return following high profile local festival appearances at Tora Bombora, Soundsplash and Nest Fest. Grip the tour details right here...

UnderTheRadar proudly presents...

Babe Rainbow

Thursday 16th September - MONO at Ngaio Marsh Theatre, Christchurch (free show)
Friday 17th September - The Others Way Festival 2021, Karangahape Road, Tāmaki Makaurau / Auckland*
Saturday 18th September - Paisley Stage, Napier
Sunday 19th September - Parrotdog Bar, Wellington

Tickets on sale from 9am, Friday 25th June via Banished Music
*The Others Ways festival tickets available HERE via UTR

Bask in the nostalgic visuals for Babe Rainbow's 'Your Imagination' ft. Jaden Smith from their new album Changing Colours...

Press release:

Back by popular demand to deliver a warm dose of aural sunshine, cosmic conduits Babe Rainbow return to Aotearoa following their dazzling 2021 album, ‘Changing Colours’. Visiting three special spots this spring

The band will also be performing a set at The Other's Way Festival on Friday September 17th. Having previously delighted audiences on their sold out 2019 New Zealand Tour with festival slots at Tora Bombora, Soundsplash, and Nest Fest, Babe Rainbow’s sound is vividly respectful of the past whilst emphatically living in the present; a collection of sounds and sentiments from a place between yesterday and tomorrow.

Gently psychedelic and lightly jammy, simmering on mechanised samba rhythms and stratospheric flute with a Gainsbourg swagger. At their laconic, luminous peak, curiously exploring their place in sonic space while permaculturally rooted here on Planet Earth, to drifting, dazzling effect.


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