SYDNEY, Australia (Top40 Charts/ 3000 Records) - Electronic Pop quartet RAEN, pronounced 'Rain' has been topping the U.K. charts and being noticed by Pop music fans across the world. Their newest album titled 'After the Storm' has been well received within the music industry. The album is dynamic with Eclectic Synth-Pop that is both intelligent and catchy. With their popularity skyrocketing, members Rachel Donovan, Amanda
Jermyn, Emily Streat, and Natalie
Streat have found themselves receiving more attention in the Australian music limelight.
'Our music is very positive and has come from our experiences as a group and as individuals. It is Pop music with a dance and R&B influence. We came together as friends with a love of music and performing. As a group we have toured the UK, Canada, LA and NY, performed to over 50,000 people, shot 4 music videos, a short film and have loved every minute of it,' they said. Released under their label Dorothy Records, 'After the Storm' was released with RAEN having complete creative dominion over the album. The album and live performances are reflective of the band as a whole, highlighting the strengths of each individual's performer. Every member seems to offer their own diverse style within the group. From Sydney to Sheffield, the group boasts some of the hottest videos and tracks in the Pop music scene. Diverse synthesized instrumentals, catchy vocal harmony, and beautiful lyrics offer listeners a great music experience.
The album was co-written by some of the most brilliant minds in the music industry including Francci Richard (Patti La Belle, Bobby Brown) and Samantha Powell (Mis-teeq, Booty Luv). Legendary producers Jeff Bova and Qura Rankin claim some of the most prolific acts in Pop music as some of their clients including Christina Aguilera, Rihanna, Michael Jackson, Celine Dion, and Cyndi Lauper.
RAEN looks forward to their upcoming tour which will span Australia, Asia, and possibly the U.K. and the U.S. Stay up to date with their upcoming schedule, releases, and view their video collection at http://www.raenhome.com. 'After the Storm' is also available on iTunes.