Rach Brennan & The Pines are back with their 4th single from their upcoming debut album, Here's To Better Times & Seeing Better Places. And so far it's been success after success for the young band with their first single 'Weapon of Love' reaching #4 on the iTunes Singer Songwriter charts, their second single 'I Wanna See You' hitting #2 on AMRAP regional charts, and their 3rd single 'Underground' finding success on Triple J Unearthed with Dave Ruby Howe declaring it "Another strong offering from this band. It'll put some wind in your sail." Now Rach Brennan & The Pines are back with their fourth single, 'Hindsight'.
"'Hindsight' is about a moment of clarity when you realise that you're no longer young, but not yet old... But even though you might feel stuck or limited in experience, the world around you keeps moving at breakneck pace with no sign of slowing down. In this time in your life you either stay still and let it rush past you... Or you let go, be kind to yourself and let the current take you." - Rach Brennan (vocals/guitar)
The Pines playfully underscore this boppy coming of age tale with snappy drums and bright guitars. And like with all Rach Brennan & The Pines songs, the energy is infectious! If you don't believe me then look no further than the celebratory final chorus of the track which is no doubt destined to fill the lungs of new listeners and loyal followers alike, "thinking in hindsight won't help me to sleep at night". This jaunty mantra completes the circle of arriving at adulthood, having fallen back in love with the world.
Amongst all their chart success, Rach Brennan & The Pines have also been keeping busy supporting Australian music alumni such as Bob Evans,The Teskey Brothers, Lisa Mitchell and Sahara Beck to name but a few. The band have also emerged as festival favourites, appearing at Queenscliff Music Festival, Port Fairy Folk Festival and Peaks & Sounds.
FRIDAY 8TH MARCH - WORKERS CLUB, GEELONG
for 'Her Sound Her Story'
SUNDAY 10TH MARCH - YOUTH RIZE UP BLOCK PARTY, COURTHOUSE YOUTH ARTS, GEELONG
SUNDAY 17TH MARCH - AIREYS INLET MUSIC FESTIVAL