Canadian band Imaginary Cities has been building steam all year in anticipation of forthcoming album Fall of Romance, and for good reason. The album was co-produced by songwriter Rusty Matyas with the acclaimed producer Howard Redekopp. The album highlights the collaboration between Matyas and singer Marti Sarbit from which imaginary Cities began.
“This was definitely the most fun I’ve ever personally had recording an album. We’d spend all day experimenting with sounds and instruments of all kinds,” said Matyas in a recent press release. “No limits, no rules, just fun. Listen carefully and you’ll hear coffee grinders, giant choirs, a Sweet Emotion-inspired triangle, a homemade Peter Frampton-style talk box, children jumping into a lake at a campground, lasers, spaceships, a busy restaurant and much more.
Fall of Romance is set for release on May 28 via Votiv, but you can listen to the album in its entirety in the player below.