'I Can't Return' is the first single off Immigrant Union's second studio album 'Anyway'.
Directed by Mike Bruce (Noel Gallagher, Black Mountain, Paul McCartney) and stars Omar Doom (Inglourious Basterds) and Carolyn Stotesbery (Love and Mercy).
Immigrant Union are a Australian psych-folk/country band featuring Brent DeBoer of The Dandy Warhols.
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Melbourne Again: Australia’s Immigrant Union Back with “I Can’t Return” Single
Psychedelic folksters feature Brent DeBoer of The Dandy Warhols
“I Can’t Return,” the first single and video from Immigrant Union’s second full-length, Anyway (CD/Vinyl 9/16,Digital for 9/23).“I Can't Return” was directed by Mike Bruce (Noel Gallagher, Black Mountain, Paul McCartney) and stars Omar Doom (Inglorious Bastards) and Carolyn Stotesbery (Love and Mercy). Featuring a psychedelic folk sound that front man Brent DeBoer describes as “Spiritualized being baptised in a river of Creedence Clearwater,” Melbourne, Australia’s Immigrant Union hit the national spotlight in 2011. The band travelled to Portland, Oregon to record their self-titled full-length debut album with producer Gregg Williams (Sheryl Crow, The Dandy Warhols, Blitzen Trapper). All of Immigrant Union’s music is available on iTunes.
According to the music blog The Sound of Confusion, Immigrant Union “consist of DeBoer from The Dandy Warhols, Bob Harrow from The Lazy Sons, and four other well-known players on the Melbourne scene.” Forged through a chance meeting between DeBoer and Harrow, their shared love of music led to a trip to the country and an all night jam, solidifying a friendship that would form the basis of Immigrant Union. Immigrant Union have already put out a self-titled debut album and will follow it with Anyway later in 2014. Part psychedelic folk, part traditional country rock, Immigrant Union have been building their name through stellar live performances at some of the Australia's most iconic venues and boutique festivals.