The track is the heaviest offering on their anticipated seventh studio album and will be available to purchase and stream from August 30.
Founding member and InMe vocalist Dave McPherson explains: “This is an honest ode to self loathing whilst also being a song about loving someone so much you believe they are the one.
“Blood Orange Lake has evolved a great deal from its initial form, starting out as a strange electronic song before my brother (Greg) got hold of it and shaped it even further. It’s a crazy, heavy, brutal love song.”
Following the band's videos for previous singles For Something To Happen and The Next Song the video for Blood Orange Lake is laced with an underlying narrative that continues the interlinked story that has unravelled across the band’s two previous releases, but with a slightly different approach to the love story that has unfolded thus far.
Watch the video below.
InMe 2019 UK Tour Dates
Sept 08: Bristol, Exchange
Sept 09: Newcastle, Cluny
Sept 10: Glasgow, Classic Grand
Sept 12: Birmingham, Hare & Hounds
Sept 13: London, The Garage
Sept 15: Manchester, Deaf Institute
Sept 16: Leeds, Brudenell