Unimagined Drop New Single “Something Borrowed, Something Blue”
Releasing ‘Friendless’ EP on May 31
First congregated in a matrimony of makeup & feedback in 2017, Unimagined has been a tour de force of explosive live performances & theatrical presentation in their local St. Louis scene. Donning eccentric outfits & a penchant for dramatics, this six-piece whatever-core troupe simply ooze attitude & flair. Watching their electrifying live set & listening to their meticulously produced record, one can quickly find that their image & message boils down to one thing: “Fuck what the cool kids are doing.”
Loud, unapologetic, violent yet heartfelt, Unimagined constantly strive for new heights of creativity. Never ones afraid to stray from the traditional mold, they are a commodity in their scene, known always to draw a crowd & keep it snug in their pockets. They aren’t here to make friends. They aren’t here to impress the status quo. They are here to represent all of the weird kids the rest of the scene didn’t want, & with the release of their debut EP “Friendless”, they plan to do just that.
Lyric video for single “Something Borrowed, Something Blue”:
From Unimagined: “‘Something Borrowed, Something Blue’ is a bit of our sardonic take on being let down. It’s about realizing that people won’t always be there when you want them, or need them for that matter. That sentiment manifests itself in the song as a person being left at the altar of their wedding, but sort of taking it in stride. People enter & leave our lives all the time, but what matters is the influence they have on you during their stay. Instrumentally, this song showcases are heavier side, with a lot of really groovy down-tuned riffage. We’ve been stoked on this song for a while now & can’t over-exaggerate how exciting it is to finally have it out here for you guys!”
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