Little Pale - Imperial Daze

Ahead of her debut single Little Pale sets expectations high with an imaginative and blissful cover version of  'I Wanna Be Adored', this is very impressive! Imperial Daze have shared a live in the studio version of 'Minding The Haze' from their 'Surface Sensibles' E.P due out in June. The bands psych pop/rock is tight and polished and more importantly extremely engaging and rather pleasing.

Little Pale - I Wanna Be Adored.

Little Pale, so-called due to her stature and pallor, is a songwriter based in South East London. Like many artists, she dipped her toes into musical waters at an early age, only to be scalded by overwhelming self doubt; she retreated into her shell.

Later writing poems in her mid-20’s to ease anxieties, she started singing and learning the piano again, eventually putting her words into melodies.

Ahead of her upcoming debut single, she shares this re imagining of the Stone Roses ' I wanna be adored' as an introduction to her sound and the themes that she explores.

She says: “I came to this song quite late and found its lyrics to be especially poignant, more so now than ever, in the context of social media and its influence/rs”.


Imperial Daze - 'Minding The Haze' - Live from Electric Eel Studio.

London psych-pop band Imperial Daze will release their new EP ‘Surfaces Sensibles' on 7th June via Tip Top Recordings. It follows the release of their debut ‘Solid Fair EP’, which was produced by Rupert Jarvis from The Maccabees and recorded in their studio.

The latest track taken from the EP is ‘Minding the Haze’, a slice of sunny psychedelia which the band describe as "a melancholic picture of a fleeting hazy summer spent as a teenager, engrossed in youthful romance, wilful boredom and insouciance".

The new EP was co-produced by the band and Rupert Jarvis and was recorded between The Drugstore (The Maccabees studio) and their own studio. A studio they spent most of 2018 building themselves, thanks to a successful crowd-funding campaign and to landing the gig of scoring a big advertising campaign. Built from scratch in a disused giant commercial freezer under a railway arch near Tower Bridge in London, it is now called The Electric Eel Recording Studio, due to the fact that the space was previously used to store eels.