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IndieShout Out: The Imposters

Hailing from South Africa and New Zealand, Zoe Eve and Marc Royal are The Imposters. The band bring their varied & vast musical back grounds together to create songs that capture raw emotion, merging indie driven guitar lines with soaring pop melodies.

This song is rich with emotion, a sense of longing and a desire to find home on a ceaseless journey, this track is inspiring and uplifting, we look forward to more.

The group recently recruited additional instrumentation in the form of Dave Sutherland on drums and Jol Mulholland on bass and recorded with Oliver Harmer at The Lab Studios in New Zealand.

The Imposters debut single ‘Sell Out’ is released worldwide, September 10th 2017 through DRM & ZEMR Records with their “Doomsday Anthems” EP to follow on October 10th.


“Doomsday Anthems is an immersive collection of songs, aimed to take listeners on a journey into the bittersweet world of The Imposters”.

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