Imperial Daze “Centerpole”

If you’re looking for a steady beat to listen to on these cloudy days, search no farther than Imperial Daze’s new song “Centerpole”. With an entrancing bass line and mesmerizing vocals, this song will have listeners lost in a daze from start to finish. This is the perfect song to get lost to during those rainy days, as it has a perfect blend of upbeat chords, enchanting lyrics, and funky vibes. If you’re looking for a captivating song to add to your playlist, be sure to check out “Centerpole” below.


Centerpole is about a dialogue with someone close who is stuck in a loop and struggling with addiction, depression, and self-doubt.

In contrast to its heavy subject matter, the song itself is an up-beat, groove based crooning number, as equally indebted to 90’s US hip-hop as it might be to Lee Hazelwood or Toro Y Moi.

The song is part of our forthcoming, self-produced EP, a login to SMTHNG, which will be coming in early 2020.

Imperial Daze are a psych-pop band from South London hailing the likes of Damon Albarn, Kevin Parker and Soulwax as heroes and guides.

Since their inception in 2016, and their first single release in 2017, Imperial Daze have released 2 EPs, scored a short film, built their own recording studio in a disused eel warehouse in Tower Bridge, London, and shared stages around the UK with the likes of The Maccabees, Mystery Jets, Nilufer Yanya, All We Are, and Matt Maltese.

Their latest EP, Surfaces Sensibles, was released in June 2019 and received a very positive response from UK radio, with singles being playlisted on Radio X and Amazing Radio as well as receiving a multitude of spot plays and being invited for interviews with the likes of Amy Lame and Guy Garvey over at BBC6 Music.

Centerpole, their latest single and first taster of their new EP to come, will be self-released on the band’s own Audiocommune Records on 06.12.19.

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