Babe Rainbow Release New Single, ‘Smash The Machine’

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Australian rockers Babe Rainbow return with their latest single, Smash The Machine, following on from the release of their album Changing Colours which included a killer collaboration with Jaden Smith.

Within Smash The Machine, a commentary on technology and consumerism is juxtaposed by its joyous, ethereal choir of harmony. Throughout this track and the rest of their releases, Babe Rainbow cement themselves as the new face of psychedelia – crafting music that is shaped around the macadamia farm they call home.

The serene nature of their sound is completely different to Babe Rainbow’s impressive worth ethic, releasing a commendable 4 albums in as many years, and the band are now set to head out on a long anticipated Australian tour spanning over the space of 3 months starting in January.

Babe Rainbow Australia Tour Dates


  • Sunday 2 – Byron Bay, Beach Hotel
  • Saturday 22 – Tilba Valley, Tilba Valley Wines
  • Sunday 23 – Ulladulla, The Marlin Hotel
  • Tuesday 25 – Narrabeen, Narrabeen RSL
  • Wednesday 26 – Gosford, Drifters Wharf
  • Thursday 27 – Laurieton, Laurieton Services Club
  • Friday 28 – Coffs Harbour, Hoey Moey
  • Saturday 29 – Yamba, Yamba Bowling Club


  • Friday 4 – Melbourne, Thornbury Theatre
  • Saturday 5 – Newstead, Backyard Festival: Newstead Racecourse
  • Sunday 6 – Byron Bay, Beach Hotel
  • Saturday 12 – Canungra, The Long Sunset: Elysian Fields
  • Thursday 17 – Margaret River, The River
  • Friday 18 – Bunbury, Prince of Wales
  • Saturday 19 – Fremantle, FREO Social
  • Saturday 26 – Darwin, Mayberry


  • Friday 4 – Brisbane, The Tivoli
  • Sunday 6 – Byron Bay, Beach Hotel
  • Sunday 13 March – Adelaide, Adelaide Festival
  • Thursday 17 – Wollongong, Anita’s Theatre
  • Saturday 19 – Canberra, Wine Machine


  • Friday 1 – Sunshine Coast, NightQuarter
  • Saturday 2 – Yarra Valley, Wine Machine
  • Thursday 7 – Sydney, Enmore Theatre
  • Saturday 9 – Hunter Valley, Wine Machine
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Katie Macbeth

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Katie Macbeth is a freelance music journalist for Indie Is Not A Genre based out of Manchester, presenter of @drunktankthink, and post punk enthusiast.

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