Jade Imagine, Melbourne’s dream-pop, synthwave art-rock band, were destined for greatness from the beginning. Jade McInally, Jade Imagine’s front-person and key songwriter, has been a stalwart of the indie scene for more than a decade. After winding her way to Melbourne from somewhere consistently sunny, McInally cut her live-performer teeth with her own electronic project Tantrums, before playing in the bands of local favourites Jess Cornelius (Teeth and Tongue) and Jess Ribeiro. Picking up a loaner guitar from Dan Kelly, McInally set about writing all of the tunes for Jade Imagine’s six-track debut EP What the Fuck Was I Thinking, which was released by Milk! Records in April 2017. Jade Imagine is signed to Milk! Records for AU/NZ and Marathon Artists for Rest of World. They have just released Jade Imagine's first new music in 2 years, single Big Old House. Big Old House has been received incredibly well internationally, having been picked up by Brooklyn Vegan (USA), and Clash Magazine and Far Out Magazine (UK).
Tuffence Meringue, the solo project of front woman of Body Type, Sophie McComish will be supporting.