The latest single is inspired by the endless rain endured by much of the East Coast recently. Here’s what John has to say about it.

Our home in Springbrook QLD is, thankfully, built on a ridge, tied to Rhyolite rock. Every morning for over a week I would find an enamel mug filled with rain in the garden. I would say to myself, ‘I can’t believe it’s raining again.’ The track down to my shed in the valley below would be sludge and my Landcruiser would still be stuck in the slippery basalt clay. But the poor people living on the rivers and on the land were really my greatest concern. Having experienced floods and drought on the land, the words for this song came to me easily. I hope you enjoy it and can relate to it.