The Rabbit's Hat showcases an impressive blend of progressive and psychedelic music, exemplifying the exceptional musicianship associated with Stone Premonitions. With a distinct and seasoned sound, the band's years of experience shine through.
Their music pays homage to the progressive psychedelia of the late 60s/70s, drawing influences from acts like The Association and Jefferson Airplane, while benefiting from modern production standards. The vocals, provided by Terri B and Tim Jones, are reminiscent of notable artists such as Sonja Kristina, and Alison Moyet, with a Gabrielesque twist in Tim Jones' voice.
Their albums seamlessly merge electric and acoustic elements, incorporating bright psychfolk elements alongside occasional rockier sounds. The lyrics are intelligent and at times display a quirkiness reminiscent of Mothers of Invention, yet they consistently return to a mature sound.
Tracks are a mix of short pop songs and appropriately extensive musical journeys, allowing the band's multifaceted talent to be fully showcased. Their music encompasses folk-driven mid-tempo rock, Clapton-style lead work, and progressive touches reminiscent of vintage Genesis, with occasional echoes of classic Bowie.
Soft psychedelic jazz, reminiscent of Pink Floyd's lead guitar, further complements the band's sound, while their harmonies evoke the sense of harmony found in Fleetwood Mac's music.