"White Rabbit" is a cover by Ängie (originally performed by the band Jefferson Airplane in 1967). It was produced by Harrison First and officially released on October 29, 2021 as the lead single from their second studio album Follow The White Rabbit.
The cover was recorded on April 23rd, 2021 in a studio session for Ängie's second album with Harrison First. Ängie did a livestream on Instagram where she played the song while in studio. It is unlikely that it will be a track on the album, but the song is one of Ängie's favorites and she mentioned its title and lyrics multiple times on Instagram throughout 2021.
Harrison First also posted two small snippets of the cover on Twitter, saying "she suprises me." The song was important for the alternative rock sound that influenced the album.
A week later, Ängie and Harrison started marketing/teasing the single on social media by creating a mysterious account called @rabbitgms on Instagram and Twitter. The account announced on October 11th they were going to release NFT's of rabbit art, each coming with a clue for what is to come regarding their musical project.
“White Rabbit” uses imagery from Alice In Wonderland to illustrate the surreal effects of taking hallucinogenic drugs. While the song is obviously about drugs, Grace Slick also saw it as a metaphor for her own escape from society’s outdated rules.