By Marley

“Rabbit Hole” is the brand new single from iconic SA rock band, WONDERboom. After 24 years of rocking South Africa on a constant basis, WONDERboom brings a new song “Rabbit Hole“. Move up Alice, there is a new crew in Wonderland and it’s tattoos, Fenders and kick ass moves.

WONDERboom are Cito (vocals), Martin Schofield (guitar), Wade Williams (bass) and Jono Bell (drums) with the first three mentioned being the founding members. One of their best sides are live performances and anyone who has seen them can testify that the boys know exactly what they can do. Their music is made by legends and they have highlighted some of the biggest festivals in the country as well as being the sole support slot for Guns ‘N Roses, at the South African leg of their “Not In This Lifetime” tour, 29 November 2018.

“Rabbit Hole” shows off an edgy pop dreamscape of shaded verses and bright neon choruses. A luxurious affair that proves the perfect segue way from the bands’ previous fan favourite single, “Voodoo Doll”.
“Rabbit Hole is a vulnerable expression of not wanting to reveal your deepest, darkest secrets, in fear of repelling those you love”, Cito.
“A Wonderboom song for the times, a Wonderboom for all times. ‘Rabbit Hole’ dives deeper into Wonderboom’s world, a snapshot of where we are,” Martin.
“An adventure of self-exploration that is the Rabbit Hole, ” Jono.
“It’s a great song man, great song,” Wade.


Personally I can’t get enough of WONDERboom on any given day but I must say “Rabbit Hole” is a new office tune. I can see in own mind’s eye and think back on psychedelic memories of visiting a rabbit hole. Colours, grooves and more moves through my ears drums and into my brain. Did I just see a white rabbit? I almost want to sing along to the song even though it’s so fresh. WONDERboom has proven again that these rockers are far from hanging up their rock ‘n roll personas. “Rabbit Hole” is a hitmaker in their recipe book that is already thick with successes.

The SAMA nominees have been around for 24 years and I’m sure many more. You be the judge of “Rabbit Hole” and have a listen. I promise you, you are going to like it. Follow WONDERboom on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube

Marley is the founder and owner of Small Town Music. Born and bred in Nelspruit aka Nelsparta. Marley loves music (rock being a firm favourite), tattoos, festivals, animals and South Africa. Self-taught photographer and writer.