TOTNES, Devon, United Kingdom — Calling Indigo Daydream’s version of Strawberry Fields a cover is an understatement…it sounds like a new song. It’s as if the Beatles of the future had come to us using Doc Brown’s DeLorean…
A reimagining of Strawberry Fields Forever together with a short film that premiered at the iconic Cavern Club on May 26. Indigo Daydream’s reimagining of Strawberry Fields Forever is like being inside Christopher Nolan’s Inception. Just when you think you know what you’ll hear next, Indigo Daydream transport you to another sonic dimension.
“I didn’t want to just cover Strawberry Fields Forever. The Beatles already made a perfect version. I wanted to reimagine Strawberry Fields in my own style. Grungy guitars, atmospheric synths and shifting sounds that bounce between your ears on headphones. I think a song is a journey and there’s no better song to go exploring with than Strawberry Fields Forever.”
Here are are just some of the reviews so far…
“Indigo Daydreams’ Strawberry Fields Forever is like an alternate version of reality…”
Rock Era Magazine
“Indigo Daydream takes us on a psychedelic journey with the luscious, alt-rock reimagining of The Beatles‘ psych rock classic!”
“Indigo Daydream have twisted Strawberry Fields Forever, I felt like I was inside Christopher Nolan’s Inception. A new world opened up for me and I was catapulted into a new galaxy. Calling it a cover is an understatement…it sounds like a new song. It’s as if the Beatles of the future had come to us using Doc Brown’s DeLorean….”
Edgar Allen Poets
“Distorted guitars intertwine with the hypnotic rhythms of the drums, creating a captivating and haunting atmosphere.”
A stunning reimagining of The Beatles’ Strawberry Fields Forever by newcomer Indigo Daydream that premiered at The Cavern Club and is garnering attention for it’s unique, immersive take on a Beatles classic.
Highly recommended to listen on headphones for a truly immersive experience.
Indigo Daydream is the creation of alt-rock musician and short film maker Nick Cheshire. Making music that sounds like waking up from a dream.