Local musician Rach Brennan has had a passion for singing and songwriting from a very young age, and she is back and better than ever with her band ‘Rach Brennan and The Pines’ to debut her new single ‘Hindsight’ off her upcoming debut album ‘Here’s to Better Times and Seeing Better Places.’
Rach Brennan adds boppy vocals and guitar to accompany the band, who, including Rach have a total of five members.
The playful fourth single is a fresh new take on the classic coming of age tale many of us have become accustomed to and is the fourth single to be released from their upcoming album.
Rach Brennan describes the single as “…The moment of clarity when you realise you are no longer young but also not yet old.” She continues to explain that the song is about the world moving on and continuing regardless of whatever may be occurring in your own life, and how sometimes it can feel like life is just rushing past us as we get older. She explains that “… 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’s love for music and infectious, sunny personality is evident throughout her music, and ‘Hindsight’ is no exception.
Rach Brennan and The Pines have already shot to national success, supporting a myriad of Australian artists including Bob Evans, The Teskey Brothers, Lisa Mitchell and Sahara Beck. They have also experienced national chart success with their former singles and have performed as festival favourites at Queenscliff Music Festival, Port Fairy Folk Festival, Peaks and Sounds and most recently at Aireys Inlet Music Festival earlier this month.
You can catch Rach Brennan doing what she does best, ‘Here’s to Better Times and Seeing Better Places’ debuted on March 22nd. Go to https://humansingeelong.com/2017/08/30/singer-rach-brennan/ to read more about Rach.
Story: Mackenzie Pennycook Photo: Nathan Green