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Originally formed in the summer of 2004 in Carson, CA, with Ryan Miranda and James Carman, IMAGES decided to make their own interpretation of art through the form of musical expression. During high school, they began throwing their own backyard shows where they met Nick Faciane, who shared similar interests and views of the way a band should be. He was later asked to join IMAGES, in late 2005, which added a new element to help fulfill and master their sound, and finally completing the lineup for the group.
After only two years of playing as a band, IMAGES were invited to play with Buzzcocks in 2006 on two separate occasions, one at the House of Blues in Anaheim and the other at the Henry Fonda Theatre in Hollywood. They have again played with the punk legends, doing multiple tours along the west coast.
The group had gone through a large cycle of partially successful drummers; but it was after the band travelled to New York City in the autumn of 2009 that James decided to play drums live, while retaining most lead vocal duties. This line up has played several shows so successfully that they have continued as a three-piece.
Thrashing through with a sound that is at once intense, melodic, and danceable, IMAGES are a group of diverse musicians who intertwine their influences, DIY ethic, and performances to create an art that is fresh and inspired in their Los Angeles hometown.
Since renamed to The Images, they have a new single "Space Invader," out September 2014, produced & engineered in England by Danny Farrant (Buzzcocks) and Paul Rawson, which is a preview of their debut full-length album recorded at the Village in LA and produced by Bruno Modolo. Their debut EP THOUGHT PATTERS (Water Under The Bridge Records) was recently called "one impressive debut" by The Big Takeover magazine.