Track premiere: Rainbrother “Black Chemicals”

Rainbrother were formed while frontman Bjarke Bendtsen was touring with The Migrant in Europe – he performed with a group of fellow Danish musicians and after moving back to his home turf, decided the sound was too good a thing for a one off. There’s a new album out in the Autumn and they’re doing some Danish dates this month but in the meantime, they’ve shared this warm fuzzed up track with us from their next album. Bendtsen told AUK: “The song is about all the beautiful and scary stuff that breaks loose inside of you when you love and want to be loved, about the big black animal that walks its own ways, defies all reason.” I think it’s called a dog.

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[…] enveloping you in a mellow glow of high-reaching vocals and soothing guitars.  In an interview with AUK Rainbrother explains how “The song is about all the beautiful and scary stuff that breaks loose […]