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PREMIERE: ANAM STONE JET // Rainbow Cemetery

A hazy love letter to 60s rock‘n’roll embodied in a future-facing three piece out of Naarm/Melbourne, Anam Stone Jet come in for a triumphant landing via a booming barrel of haze and swagger on their brand new tune Rainbow Cemetery.

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Following on from the trio’s previously released debut single, My Back Is Killing Me, Anam Stone Jet have wasted no time continuing their renaissance for swirling guitars, heavy bass lines and free-spirited rhythms. Brandishing influences from classic rock icons, including particularly healthy nods to Jimi Hendrix and David Bowie, Rainbow Cemetery kicks off with raw urgency, before ultimately building into an all-out groove fest, complete with cascading rhythms and woozy, oozing vocals.

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With a near-impossibly infectious beat helmed by vocalist Keyo Rhodes, Rainbow Cemetery is ultimately a prismatic journey through the summer of love, while also facing questions about life’s inevitable endings.

“Why should the end be symbolised by dismal weather and shades of shadows when life is so full of the spectrum of light which you see, make and live in?” Rhodes shares of the themes underpinning Rainbow Cemetery. “To what end is the end, truly? Rainbow Cemetery is the imaginary party that we hope to find at the end of our conscience and a homage to rock‘n’roll idols who have opened the world to feelings, questions, fashions and imaginations, which without our perspectives might be much narrower and less curious. 

“These revelations in entertainment shaped many aspects of the modern world. As time goes on and the pace of our world quickens with every day drawing nearer to the end of rock‘n’roll’s pioneers, poets and musicians. Imagine a Rainbow Cemetery with all your favourite dead artists and a party to the end of time. And live again, every day the sun comes up, after the end of the day, while the colour is there for you to see, live again.”

Also armed with an accompanying music video, which will truly satiate any lover of all things rock‘n’roll, Rainbow Cemetery is a dazzling outing that’ll plunge you head first back to the 1960s without ever leaving your living room. And for Melbourne fans, you can catch this brand new track live in action when the band hit the stage The Retreat Hotel on Thursday 16 March. In the meantime, grab a listen to the brand new track from Anam Stone Jet exclusively here at before the track and video officially unveil later this week!

Rainbow Cemetery is out Thursday 23 February. 

FOR FANS OF: Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, David Bowie

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