Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock, Roots


Sounds like

The Teskey Brothers, Sufjan Stevens, The Whitlams, Ben Folds Five, The Cranberries


band members

Rach Brennan Liam Brennan Cam Jerabek Levi Anderson Kane Sherriff


Unearthed artists we like

The Kite Machine, Hollie Joyce , Yes Yes Whatever, Feelds


Bio

The singer-songwriter’s sunny spirit is embedded in their captivating live performances. Bolstered by their distinctive close-knit vocal style; Rach Brennan & The Pines sing of friendship, innocence and the unabashed naivety of falling in and out of love.

While conceiving the material for their forthcoming debut album ‘Here’s to Better Times & Seeing Better Places’, Rach took her music on a solo endeavour to Europe in 2015, playing a string of 27 shows across 10 countries, returning in 2017 with The Pines. In 2018 five-piece regrouped in the studio to complete what would become the first singles from their impending release.

‘Weapon of Love’ (#4 on the iTunes Singer Songwriter charts), ‘I Wanna See You’ (#2 on AMRAP regional charts) and ‘Underground’ all found success on Triple J Unearthed with Dave Ruby Howe declaring Underground as - “Another strong offering from this band. It'll put some wind in your sail.” Additionally, ‘I Wanna See You’ found success on Triple J’s Roots n All.

RB&TP return this February with a playful new single ‘Hindsight’, which Brennan describes as “a moment of clarity”. The coming of age track ties in with the reoccurring themes of the growing pains that come with reaching adulthood.

"This group has a winning recipe for success. Accessible tunes that offer memorable melodies and catchy hooks to stick to your bones" - Eliana Fermi, Staccatoofy

"The sunny-side up song construction and philosophy is just so infectious and makes an ordinary weekend, a fabulous weekend, instead. It's a sound that we'd not heard for a long, long time" - Come Here Floyd

Review

Review by Dan Condon Dan Condon

15 Feb 2019

Triple J
40

This is a rollicking good time. People must go crazy for this song live.

This is a rollicking good time. People must go crazy for this song live.

Review

Review by Nkechi Anele Nkechi Anele

10 Jan 2019

Triple J
35

Sounding more mature, but still bringing in those sweet harmonies. I like how grounded this tune is; it demonstrates a breath of solidarity when it comes to the overall sound of Rach and the band's output and makes me love them even more. So excited to see what's coming our way in 2019.

Sounding more mature, but still bringing in those sweet harmonies. I like how grounded this tune is; it demonstrates a breath of solidarity when it comes to the overall sound of Rach and the band's output and makes me love them even more. So excited to see what's coming our way in 2019.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

09 Jan 2019

Triple J
35

Another strong offering from this band. It'll put some wind in your sail.

Another strong offering from this band. It'll put some wind in your sail.