Imogen's 1998 debut solo album 'I Megaphone' has finally been given a well-overdue re-issue in the USA and is out now!
"After her live debut performing between sets by The Who and Eric Clapton at the 1996 Prince's Trust Concert in London's Hyde Park, the classically trained Heap, from rural Essex, England, signed to Almo Sounds when she was just 17 years old. "i Megaphone" (an anagram for Imogen Heap), produced by David Kahne, Dave Stewart (of the Eurythmics) and Guy Sigsworth, and featuring the engaging singles "Come Here Boy," "Shine" and "Getting Scared," earned wide critical acclaim." - Biz Yahoo.
The album has been out of print in the USA for seven years (despite a re-packaged version being re-issued in Japan in 2002) and only recently became available at iTunes, however now you will be able to get your hands on the re-issued CD at all good retailers from November 14th onwards.
Also, Immi has a new song on Plague Songs called "Glittering Cloud". It's amazing.
And finally, she is currently on tour in the states through December, and in Europe mid-January.