Scottish singer-songwriter Stevie Young, talks The Imagineers’ unique cinematic pop gem ’Utopian Dreams’, Ennio Morricone and David Bowie vibes.
The band’s forthcoming album ‘Utopian Dreams’, is due for release on 24th February 2017 via Hit The Light Records.
Hi The Imagineers, how are you today?
Excited! Just realised we’re on a Game Of Thrones Spotify playlist…
Tell us about your latest single ’Utopian Dreams’.
It’s a mish-mash of different life experiences I had, it all connects in my head, but I struggle to explain it…
What inspired you guys to pursue music full-time, did you always want to become musicians?
The tingle. No.
If you could go back to the beginning, other than Scotland, where in the world would your ideal place to be to start a band?
New York, ’cause we like coffee and tunes.
Who are your biggest influences to date?
Ennio Morricone and David Bowie.
If individually you could play for any band, or be involved in any music project past or present who would that be and why?
Travelling Wilburys, so the lads could sign my mum’s vinyl.
Describe your sound in 5 words.
Cinematic, dramatic, melodic, kenty, spacey.
What can we expect next from The Imagineers?
More catchy tunes, the album and some tour dates. Watch this space…