Our dude Iman, vocalist of Singaporean pop punk band Iman’s League, has released yet another single under his solo project and it frickin’ rules. Everything about it screams maturity…the tone of the instruments, the production, his vocal delivery…though we know he’s the king of Singaporean pop punk but there are actually parts of this song that make us think of The Get Up Kids – like this track could have easily been on 4 Minute Mile.
Killed it again brotha…keep it up!
Here’s the full write up:
“This new single and MV was in collaboration with 3 other local Singapore Musicians namely Ashruff (Noodlebrain) on bass, Bat (KD) on drums and Farhan (Patahati) on guitars. The single was produced by Ashruff and recorded entirely at Snakeweed Studios Singapore. Lyrically, the song is about how we always fail to realize our own potential, forgetting that our own opinions and decisions matter. Take that time off to listen to your heart. Listening to yourself won’t make you the “Bad Person”. If you are into bands like The Gaslight Anthem, Cold Years, and The Ataris or any early 2000s pop punk bands you may wanna check this out. IMAN is in the process of writing new materials and planning to release an EP at the end of this year.”