Darling Waste Signs With Imminence Records
Releases New Single From Forthcoming 2017 Label Debut
December 20th, 2016 – Greenville, NC – Imminence Records has signed Ohio based Indie Rock/Pop Punk Darling Waste and will be releasing their label debut in 2017. The band, whose members are all in the LGBTQ+ community, are excited to unleash their brand new single from their forthcoming full length The Skeleton Key. The band is currently finishing up the mixing and mastering of the album for the release early next year.
“I had just gotten kicked out of England, where I had been living for a while. Because I couldn’t get back over to the UK, I suddenly, for the first time in years, had no plans or responsibilities. No tours, no new album, no real direction. I ended up in Myrtle Beach, met a girl and just kind of hung out for the summer. I spent the summer being super self-destructive and just kind of living for the moment. By September, the band was back on track and I moved up to Cleveland.” – Lance Waste (Vocalist)
About Darling Waster:
Darling Waste began in Cleveland, OH before chasing the dream to NYC and England. True DIY road warriors, Darling Waste have played almost 700 shows in 11 countries, playing self- booked tours of basements, VFW halls, and clubs while building a fiercely loyal army of devoted fans along the way. Darling Waste has sold more than 15,000 albums while their music has been in rotation on over 100 radio stations and has been featured on dozens of TV shows and feature films.
The release of Darling Waste’s critically acclaimed album, I Am Born, saw the band nominated for a British Music Week Award & invited to the Brighton Music Awards, where they were co-presenters with Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin and Roger Daltrey of The Who. The single “Changing of the Seasons” earned a spot in Alternative Addiction’s Top 100 Romantic Singles of all time. Vocalist Lance Waste has been nominated twice for Cleveland Vocalist of the Year.
Darling Waste’s accomplishments are a direct result of years spent paying their dues: stints of homelessness, instrument thefts and broken hands, feet and jaws haven’t kept the band from building a strong relationship with their fans. Dozens of fans have gone as far as having the bands logo tattooed on them as a sign of permanent devotion, proving there is no such thing as a casual Darling Waste fan.
The band’s working class mentality, dynamic live show, and fan connection have afforded Darling Waste opportunities to play several festivals in the US and UK and share the stage with Blink 182, Fall Out Boy, Panic! at the Disco, Bayside, The Ataris, Dashboard Confessional, Yellowcard, Chiodos, Saliva, Norma Jean, Saves the Day, Aiden, and many others. The band then went on to sign with Imminence Records in late 2016 for their new album, that will be released n 2017.