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  • New single PUSHING THIRTY dropped August 1

  • Pushing Thirty music video premiered on August 3 

  • Psychedelic horror novel on track for completion end of 2023


Melbourne born and based. Often found at libraries, forests, graveyards, and bohemian music festivals. Mind somewhere up among the clouds. Something of a paradox because her vibe is so bright but her themes are often dark.


Rainie Zenith's colourful take on indie pop thumbs its nose at gratuitous social norms and invites you to celebrate your authentic self.

Sitting shamelessly bright outside the box of blind conformity, you won't find any apathy or melancholy here. It's all about bold defiance, lust for life, and raging odd-girl pride.

Rainie Zenith gained widespread attention in 2022 with out-of-the-box debut single 'Reasons To Hate Me' and accompanying music video. Inspired by a late autism diagnosis, it's a song for anyone who's ever copped a sideways glance simply for being themselves.

She headlined at the Workers Club in 2022 and at the Celebrate Mooroolbark Festival in 2023, and performed at the 2023 Hills Ukulele Festival and 2022 Melbourne Ukulele Festival on electro-uke.

Combining an authentic, effervescent stage presence with a diverse catalogue of original music, Rainie Zenith's live shows enthral, engage, and encourage the shedding of inhibitions. Expect a performance that pulses with colour, movement and musical artistry. 

Two new singles are set for release in 2023, with Pushing Thirty having recently dropped on 1st August.


With a penchant for pieces that fall broadly within the gothic fantasy realm, Rainie Zenith's work has been published in numerous literary journals and short story anthologies. 

A complete list of published works can be found here. 

She was the winner of the 2020 Monash Short Story Competition and the Fountain 2020-2021 Essay Contest. 

Her work was also shortlisted in the 2021 Wyndham Writing Awards and highly commended in the 2021 Monash Short Story Competition. 

Rainie acted as a guest judge for Iron Faerie Publishing's 2021 Betwixt Writing Competition, which revolved around a mythical creatures theme. 

Her own stories often feature the esoteric and supernatural, and she enjoys blurring the boundaries between reality and perception. 

Her current project is a New Adult psychedelic horror novel on track for completion in 2023.


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