Imperial Daze
Dreamy guitar pop from the devoutly independent group...

Imperial Daze have always wanted to do things on their own terms, at their own speed.

Founding their own studio AudioCommune, the band found a degree of independence, producing material that enabled their own aesthetic.

Invited to score a television advert, Imperial Daze used the funds to upgrade, kitting out the The Electric Eel Recording studio - in a freezer a previously used to store eels, just by the Tower Bridge area of London.

New single 'Man Out Of Myself' emerges from this space, and it's a confident, dreamy return, all soft edges, subtle hues, and intricate lyricism.

There's a sense of the band really finding themselves, a highly individual, completely engrossing return that adds new ideas to their palette.

We've got first play of the full video for 'Man Out Of Myself' and it's a real pearl - tune in below.

Catch Imperial Daze at London's Waiting Room tonight (November 7th).

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