If you read these posts then you’ll know that we’re putting out a new album on April 24th of this year. The new album, In The Cuts, is 12 previously unrecorded, unreleased new songs that we’re very excited about. If you’ve come to any of our shows in the last year then you’ve heard some of these songs, but on April 24th you can listen to them anywhere, any time. Ahead of the release of the full album we are releasing one song that is commonly referred to (in the industry) as a single. I’m sure most of you were already privy to that though, as the readers of this blog are highly intelligent folks. Anyway… On Friday March 13th we will be releasing In My Imagination to all the streaming services (or at least all the ones we’re aware of) where you listen to music. So that means Spotify for most of you. We hope you take roughly 3 minutes out of your day and listen to the song, and then we hope you enjoy it. We think you will. Thanks for listening to it and enjoying it. Here’s a little bit about the song.
“In My Imagination was the last song I wrote for the album. It was inspired by an idea I had to write a kids song of all things. It evolved into something slightly more sophisticated when I came up with the chords for the chorus. I brought it to the band and our producer Tim Bluhm, and we came up with a pretty cool arrangement. It instantly became one of my favorites to sing, especially with all the moving parts on the outro, and I was quite pleased with how that section came out in the recording particularly.“ –Jamie Coffis
“Every year at Thanksgiving our parents ask us to play some music for the rest of our family. We always reluctantly say yes and play a few songs together, but this time Jamie said he had a new song he had just written. That was the first time I heard In My Imagination. It was just a few weeks before we were going into the studio, so a few days before we went to record, we got the band together along with Tim and came up with a nice arrangement. I think it’s one of the best songs Jamie’s ever written and has become one my favorite songs from this band.” –Kellen Coffis