Tunes on Tuesday – The Imogen Heap Edition

I discovered Imogen Heap way back in 2006 on the The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe movie soundtrack, which is a very odd way to discover a musician whose signature style is electronica pop.  But I loved her song on the soundtrack and then fell in love with her other work. I saw her in concert in 2010 and it was one of my favourite concerts of all time. She is pure energy in motion when she performs.

Goodnight & Go was one of the first tracks that I came across. It is a disturbing catchy song about stalking.

 

Run-Time is the perfect pick-me-up song and the video is proof that dancing skills are purely optional.

 

You Know Where To Find Me is a beautiful tribute to the Thames River in London.

 

Lifeline is a song that Imogen wrote with us fans giving us access & say in how a song evolves and comes into being. I love that she did include the word teaspoon, even though we were joking.

 

Have you heard of Imogen Heaps before? If so, have you been lucky enough to catch one of her concerts?

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2 thoughts on “Tunes on Tuesday – The Imogen Heap Edition

  1. Hello Geek Mäde,
    I’ve been reading your blog for some time now and I enjoy reading your posts.
    I like so much Imogen my favourite songs are : it’s good to be in love and Breathe in, they’re wonderful !

    I’m glad that you mentioned her on your blog, same music taste !

    Keep up this blog! Greetings

    • Thanks so much for reading my blog & I apologise for the lack of posts of late and my tardy reply.
      I’m always glad to meet another fan of Imogen. I fear she is quite underrated in the music world. Hopefully she will soon get the public recognition she deserves.

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