Imbibe’s debut single ‘Mirage’ is the year’s best existential jam

Australia’s coastal town Byron Bay is doing well for itself at the moment. Garage-rockers Skegss released their mighty debut album earlier this year, while Parcels’ ready theirs for next month. Now, we’ve got a taste of the next brilliant band from the region in the shape of Imbibe.

Today, the band share their debut single ‘Mirage’ exclusively via NME – a thumping slice of electro-pop that channels Tame Impala, Unknown Mortal Orchestra and Grizzly Bear. “It’s really about the different mirages all humans have – the things we keep striving for that represent our deep longings and hopes. The never-ending search for meaning,” brothers Tennyson and Holden Nobel say to NME.


They’ll also be heading out on the road with Parcels in the UK in November – check out the dates below.

Advertisement

Manchester Academy 2 (05/11)
Bristol SWX  (06/11)
Leeds Stylus (07/11)
London Roundhouse (08/11)

Advertisement
Advertisement

Eminem criticised for making light of Manchester Arena attack on new album

Eminem has faced backlash after making light of the Manchester Arena bombing on his new album. The rap icon surprised fans this morning (January 17)...

The 1975 return to their roots on the devastatingly sincere ‘Me and You Together Song’ 

The band's latest is a return to their shimmering early material
Advertisement