Following on from “White Butterfly” (2005), “Daydream Anonymous” (2007) and “Herald Moth” (2009) the band released “Phoenix – The Best of InMe” in 2010: this celebrated their career so far and featured exclusive tracks that showcased InMe’s progression from their early days, when they had been thrust into the spotlight as teens. Over seven years on from first discovering the band, Kerrang! Magazine witnessed a full tent at Sonisphere Festival as “fans old and new celebrate a band who lionheartedly refuse to die”. Later in 2010 InMe packed out The Relentless Garage in London for 4 album shows to crown a year that proved beyond doubt that they were alive, well and very much wanted by the UK alternative rock scene. Rolling on to 2011, InMe kept quiet until their triumphant return to Sonisphere Festival: this time the tent was bigger, and once again full to capacity, as 5000 people crammed into Bohemia to see them rock as hard as ever. The temptation could have been to head straight out on tour, but the band had been developing their sound for their 5th studio album entitled “The Pride”; they will spend the rest of 2011 perfecting the opening of the next chapter of InMe. Always a band to give their all, they were never likely to return in 2012 with a mere handful of headline shows. True to form, InMe will release “The Pride” in February 2012 with a 35-date tour spanning the entire of the UK and Ireland until the end of March where London’s o2 Academy Islington will host the final show of the tour. “The Pride” was released via Pledge Music in spring 2012, an innovative approach that puts the artists and their fans in control of the development of the album.
Having seen the overwhelming support frontman Dave McPherson received for his solo album in March 2011 via the same route, it was clear to InMe that their fans would want to be involved in how “The Pride” was released. www.inmeofficial.co.uk/ www.facebook.com/inmeofficial www.myspace.com/inmeofficial www.twitter.com/inmeofficial Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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