Ethereal melodies surrounded by ambient landscapes combine together creating a world of music and emotion. Powerfully haunting vocals entwined and harmonies with strings, guitar, piano, bass and tribal drums expressing the passion Imogen has for world and Celtic music. Her music is enough to carve a niche in the current folk and pop landscapes.
Her first single Heart released in 2014 was quickly selected as the theme music for the official Vidal Sassoon add in America for 2014 and 2017, as well as featured on the Australia drama ‘Winners and Losers.’ Love Is Like A Match followed reaching the Top 100 on the iTunes pop charts, and was chosen as the feature music on the trailer for ‘Dance Academy’ in 2016. Having toured with Ireland’s Brian Kennedy and worked alongside Australia’s Damien Leith, her music career has been inspiring. Channel 9’s The Voice was a great outlet for Imogen in 2013, allowing her desire to be involved in the music industry to cultivate.
The two-year in the making EP Into The Moonlight was a beautiful collection of songs and was released in November 2015. Her song Kind Eyes made it into the Top 12 of the Bank of Melbourne Songwriting Competition in 2015, as well as becoming a favourite for her audience.
Imogen is at home on stage, and has been playing shows all around Victoria for over four years. Stunning weddings, through to major festivals, and everything in-between. She has travelled far and wide, from Simonds Stadium in Geelong, through to Aireys Inlet Open Mic Festival, Anglesea, The National Celtic, Beechworth, Queenscliff, Port Fairy Folk Festival’s, and corporate performances in Cairns and Sydney. Imogen has supported the likes of Lisa Mitchell, Michael Paynter, Brian Kennedy (Ireland), Alfie Arcuri, and Daryl Braithwaite.
Currently studying at The University of Melbourne doing a Master of Music Performance Teaching, Imogen is continuing improving all skills relating to her voice and passion for music.
Showing all the composure of an industry veteran and with a sound akin to chart favourite Florence Welsh