It’s been 50 years since Woodstock and Babe Rainbow certainly hasn’t forgotten.
The band’s new music video for their recent single “Many Moons of Love” shows its bucolic side. Posted up on a self-sustainable farm in rural Australia, we catch the band’s hometown of Byron Byron, walking through lush gardens, surfing in the Pacific, and cooking eggs outside — it’s a wonder this isn’t found footage from Haight-Ashbury in 1969.
Shot on 35 mm film, the video feels warm and sunny, much like the band’s sound and imagery.
The song, “Many Moons of Love” is the third single off of their upcoming record, Today, which Sam Joseph (Flightless Records, King Gizzard & The Wizard Lizard) produced.
Much like their sound, the music video makes you nostalgic for a time you never lived in.
Watch the music video premiere to “Many Moons of Love” below.
Babe Rainbow will be releasing their third full-length album Today on September 6th via Danger Mouse’s 30th Century Records.