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    Most Popular Songs (more)

    1Screaming In Circles lyrics
    2Just A Glimpse lyrics
    3Safe In A Room lyrics
    4Around We Go lyrics
    Parting Gift lyrics
    6Saccharine Arcadia lyrics
    7Ruins lyrics
    8Secret Tragic Fiction lyrics
    9May (As Well Kiss Me) lyrics
    10Mosaic lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    Overgrown Eden [2003]
    2Herald Moth [2009]
    3Pride: Deluxe [2012]
    4Overgrown Eden B-Sides [2003]
    5White Butterfly [2005]
    6Underdose/firefly [2002]
    7White Butterfly B-Sides [2005]
    8Neptune [2003]
    9Daydream Anonymous [2007]


    InMe formed in 1996 as "Drowned" and played several local venues in Essex, getting their first interviews and airplay on Brentwood-based station Phoenix FM. They signed with MFN in 2001 and changed their name to "InMe".

    InMe's first single, UnderDose was released in July 2002 and entered the UK charts at number 66. This was followed by the single Firefly released in September 2002. Crushed Like Fruit released in February 2003 reached number 25 in the UK charts. Their debut album, Overgrown Eden was released in January 2003 and entered the UK album charts at number 15. In April 2003 they released Neptune and in May 2004 Faster The Chasewhich was to be the last release from the MFN label, but also the first release from their second album White Butterfly which was to be released in June 2005.

    They went from playing venues as small as the London Barfly to London Astoria within a short time where they gained a bigger and bigger fanbase, they played big festivals such as the main stages at Reading and Download 2003 and headlined Game On 2003.

    After parting with MFN during the labels takeover to Sony they remained without a label for some time until the band eventually signed to V2 Records, and founded their own imprint label, Pandora's Box Records.

    Otherside was the next single to be released but only as a download single. 7 Weeks was the bands next "instore" single, being released in July 2005. So You Know was released soon after in October 2005, it reached number 33 in the UK singles chart. The bands last release was another download only EP in December 2005, a double A side of Safe In A Room and White Butterfly, this included some live tracks from their set at Download 2005.

    InMe have performed many live tours in 2005, starting again from The Barfly. They felt it was important to rebuild their fanbase, after a long period away they performed a few intimate gigs up and down the country for their loyal fans. They played the Download Festival where they recieved a fantastic response from the crowd. They are a fantastic live band, who have supported many top bands over 2003 to the present day, bands include Feeder, Limp Bizkit, Deftones, Staind, Puddle Of Mudd and Soil.

    In July 2006 InMe parted with original member Joe Morgan and promptly got in long-time friend and musician Greg McPherson on bass and backing vocal duties. Bringing a more technical edge to the bands sound has already made InMe a more sonically vicious machine. The fact that Greg is also Daves younger brother has made the closeness of the band greater than ever and has instilled a new drive and passion into the 3 piece. Expect some seriously ambitious new music soon.

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