The band explore a more agitated, progressive angle with their latest video single, and finally offer eager fans a release date for their seventh studio album

‘Blood Orange Lake’ OUT NOW (Friday 26th July 2019)
‘Jumpstart Hope’ out January 2020

Inme – ‘Blood Orange Lake’

Watch ‘Blood Orange Lake’ on Youtube


Ahead of the September dates of their ‘Jumpstart Hope’ tour, iconic British rock band InMe have unveiled their latest video single, ‘Blood Orange Lake’.

Supporting their upcoming release of their seventh studio album with a run of performances throughout the UK, InMe’s lyrically haunting and powerful ‘Blood Orange Lake’ is the third single taken from ‘Jumpstart Hope’, which will arrive in stores and online in the not-too-distant future.


“This is an honest ode to self loathing whilst also being a song about loving someone so much you believe they are the one”, explains founding member and InMe vocalist Dave McPherson.“‘Blood Orange Lake’ has evolved a great deal from its initial form, starting out as a strange electronic song before my brother (Greg) got hold of it and shaped it even further. It’s a crazy, heavy, brutal love song.”

As with the band’s previous singles – ‘For Something To Happen’ and ‘The Next Song’ – the release of ‘Blood Orange Lake’ comes accompanied by a music video laced with an underlying narrative. Continuing an interlinked story that has unravelled across the band’s two previous videos, InMe’s third visual outing takes a slightly different approach to the love story that has unfolded thus far.

Conjuring a metaphorical representation to back up the single’s emotional values, the video for ‘Blood Orange Lake’ is intended to suggest that the male protagonist is going through an emotional change during the later years of his life. Produced by Tom Dalton, the InMe drummer has explained that the interconnecting nature of each music video is intended to provide an encompassing overview of the narrative themes explored across the duration of ‘Jumpstart Hope’.

Last, but by no means least, InMe have finally broken their silence on the release date of their upcoming seventh studio album. Along with the release of ‘Blood Orange Lake’ as the band’s latest single, the quintet are thrilled to confirm that ‘Jumpstart Hope’ will release in stores and online in January 2020.

The band will release a more specific date for fans to mark in their calendar in the near future.

You can stream and download ‘Blood Orange Lake’ now via this link.  InMe will embark on their ‘Jumpstart Hope’ tour in early September. Tickets for the tour can be purchased via this link.


08/09/2019 – Bristol, Exchange

09/09/2019 – Newcastle, Cluny

10/09/2019 – Glasgow, Classic Grand

12/09/2019 – Birmingham, Hare & Hounds

13/09/19 – London, The Garage

15/09/2019 – Manchester, Deaf Institute

16/09/2019 – Leeds, Brudenell


Hailing from Essex, England, InMe have to date released 6 highly successful studio albums, spawning a number of Top 40 UK singles and years of touring and playing great shows and festivals around the UK, Europe and the world.

Over a 20-year career, the band have toured with the likes of Alien Ant Farm, The Rasmus, Nickelback, Limp Bizkit, Pendulum, Deftones, Serj Tankian, Staind, Feeder, Gun and Biffy Clyro as well as numerous major festival appearances including Reading, Download, and Sonisphere.

Following the November release of the single ‘For Something To Happen’, the band ended 2018 with a 9 date UK tour alongside Wheatus and ‘A’ and opened 2019 with a 5 day sold out UK headline tour in January. The band are now set to release their seventh studio album, ‘Jumpstart Hope’, coinciding with a UK headline tour in September.

InMe is:

Dave McPherson – Vocals

Gazz Marlow – Guitar

John O’Keeffe – Rhythm Guitar

Greg McPherson – Vocals, Bass

Tom Dalton – Drums

Social Media Links:

Twitter – @inmeofficial

Instagram – @inmeofficial

Facebook – InMeOfficial

Web –

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