“It’s a bold and refreshing proclamation to listeners old and new that the reins are firmly in his hands” – THE MUSIC
“Rainbow Valley shows he’s a master craftsman”– STACK MAGAZINE
“a mystic pop gem” – Bernard Zuel
“It’s another remarkable record from the guy, where he plays everything himself, as well as owning all those fantastic voices that are layered across each track” – Richard Kingsmill TRIPLE J FEATURE ALBUM
“a modern retro soul man” –Album Of The Week ****stars – HERALD SUN

Matt recently took his fans behind the making of the Rainbow Valley album with the premiere of the Rainbow Valley Documentary on YouTube. Matt talked through the writing and recording process, the inspiration behind the album cover and the experience of the album coming together in an eleven minute behind the scenes video looking into his life and processes.
Performing all instruments and vocals on the triple j featured album Rainbow Valley, Corby has created a lush, multi-textured album sparked by hints of both old soul and futuristic psychedelia. Working with old friend and long-time collaborator Alex Henriksson, who is co-writer of two songs on the record, Corby retired to the idyllic surroundings of Byron Bay’s Music Farm studios with Telluric producer Dann Hume and engineer Matthew Neighbour.
The upcoming 5-week Rainbow Valley Australian Tour takes in all capital cities but also visits regional areas including Rockhampton, Townsville, Cairns, Canberra, Gold Coast, Geelong, and Hobart. Matt and his band will play to Australian audiences for the first time since his headline Telluric Tour in 2016, which sold 80k tickets worldwide.

Rainbow Valley is available in CD, digital and limited-edition vinyl format’s from here.
The album includes singles ‘Miracle Love ‘No Ordinary Life’, ‘All Fired Up’ and ‘All That I See’.
presented by triple j
Thur Mar 21 – Great Western Hotel – Rockhampton (All Ages)
Fri Mar 22 – Entertainment & Convention Centre – Townsville (All Ages)
Sat Mar 23 – Munro Martin Parklands – Cairns (all Ages)
Fri Mar 29 – Hordern Pavilion – Sydney (All Ages)
Sat Mar 30 – UC Refectory – Canberra (18+)
Fri Apr 5 – Convention & Exhibition Centre – Brisbane (All Ages)
Sat Apr 6 – Nightquarter – Gold Coast (All Ages)
Tue Apr 9 – Flinders University Plaza – Adelaide (All Ages)
Fri Apr 12 – Margaret Court Arena – Melbourne (All Ages)
Sat Apr 13 – GPAC – Costa Hall – Geelong (All Ages)
Tue Apr 23 – Odeon Theatre – Hobart (All Ages)
Sat Apr 27 – Kings Park – Perth (All Ages)

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