Imogen Clark has just revealed details of her forthcoming album and shared another stunning taste of new music with ‘All Hard Feelings’. A blistering follow up to first single ‘If I Want In’, Imogen has shared a blistering rendition of the new song cut live in Sydney’s Golden Retriever studio with her band.
The song is taken from the thirteen-track album 'The Art of Getting Through', set for release May 31st this year. Fans can pre-order the album here and also get themselves the cathartic title track as an instant grat track.
Recorded between Los Angeles, London, Sydney, Melbourne and Nashville, 'The Art of Getting Through' is the most ambitious artistic statement yet from an artist who is always challenging herself to push beyond her boundaries, an album about shouldering the weight of life’s baggage and powering forward. Imogen is also revealing the stunning album art, shot and illustrated by frequent collaborator Giulia Giannini McGauran (Tones & I, Tash Sultana).
Each month leading into the album’s release, Imogen will unveil a new track from the genre-busting record, starting with ‘All Hard Feelings’. Written in Nashville with fellow singer-songwriters Sinead Burgess and Blake O’Connor, the crunchy rock jam is anchored by Grammy-winner Davey Faragher on bass and Rock’n’Roll Hall of Famer Pete Thomas on drums - the rhythm section of Elvis Costello’s legendary Imposters. The incendiary electric guitar duet is courtesy of acclaimed singer-songwriter Harper Simon and the track’s producer, Mike Bloom.
“When I rocked up at Sinead and Blake’s apartment to write this song, I’d had a bit of a week. Someone had fucked me over and I resented how much it was getting to me,” Imogen recalls. “We decided to put that energy into a song about how I have never really gotten over anything in my whole life. I saw a meme once that said ‘Taylor Swift has never shaken anything off’ and I thought ‘Same queen’. It’s a really fun tune that also lets me burn off some of that bitter energy in a cathartic way”.
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