Immi Dash’s warm and hazy soundscape is being unleashed into the world in full effect with her debut EP ‘Falling Apart at the Seams’. The project sees Immi glide over punchy beats, blending high-octane confidence with honey-soaked vocals to present a rich soundscape. From the flowing summer-breeze of ‘Reckless’ to the bold assuredness of ‘Jaded’ and the anthemic emotion of ‘When I’m Lonely’, the artist entertains with versatility and poignance. Teaser singles ‘Overkill’ and ‘Final Scene’ are as infectious as ever, with each of the 5-tracks filled with earworm melodies that allure and entice.
On the new release, Immi shares:
“’Falling Apart at the Seams’ EP is about evolving as a person & dealing with difficult emotions whilst balancing the pressures of life. After writing with Cal Lewis for a year, these songs feel the most honest and raw. Putting music out sometimes feels like everything has to be immediately perfect. But, the title represents that imperfections can help to create something complete and real. It feels like sharing my inner dialogue with the world.”
Immi Dash is an artist who embodies the spirit of contemporary R&B. Born in Scotland to British and Trinidadian parents, raised in California and now based in Liverpool, the 22-year-old singer-songwriter has an international viewpoint that informs her writing.
Immi’s found her stride on the UK scene, performing at the Cavern Club in Liverpool, supporting Slum Village at Future Yard on their UK tour, and showcasing internationally at Rotterdam’s ‘New Skool Rules Festival’. Immi was chosen for Glastonbury’s Emerging Talent Competition long-list 2023 and for Reflector Magazine’s ‘One’s to Watch in 2023’, who added that Immi is a ‘fascinating new kid on the block, ready to shine with an old-school sensibility’.
Most recently, Immi was on the BBC Introducing Radio 1 show with Jess Iszatt. ‘Falling Apart at the Seams’ is the artist’s most ambitious project yet, showcasing her liquified melodies and smoky harmonies to cement her as one to watch for the future.