Since 2008, critically acclaimed We Are Imaginary continue to refine their sound by marrying the jangly romp of The Smiths and Popsicle with the fuzzed-out romanticism of The Smashing Pumpkins and Death Cab for Cutie. The Manila-based band has released two EPs under the moniker Your Imaginary Friends: the slyly confident indie-pop debut, One Dreamy Indeterminate Hum (2010) and its grittier cousin, Silence Is A Villain (2013). They then turned released their first full-length album, Death to Romanticism under We Are Imaginary.
They represented their country at the 2015 Grass Tone Sound Festival in Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand and Rocking The Region 2017 in Esplanade, Singapore. They have also opened for renowned indie pop acts such as Club 8, Moonpools & Caterpillars and Ally Kerr. There seems no stopping them.
We Are Imaginary, composed of Ahmad Tanji (vocals, guitars), Khalid Tanji (guitars, vocals) and Vhall Bugtong (bass, vocals), are more driven than ever to make the world a saner place with their own brand of hummable noise.