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Listen To Polaroids Of Polarbears' New Album 'Breathe In'

Listen To Polaroids Of Polarbears' New Album 'Breathe In'

C.C. / Tuesday 3rd March, 2020 2:07PM

On the second high-profile 'shed-recorded' Aotearoa album to drop in less than a fortnight (hot on the heels of Roy Irwin's Self Titled album), Feilding's Polaroids Of Polarbears reveal their DIY latest long player Breathe In. The solo project of Daniel Brown (Churlington), Polaroids Of Polarbears' new collection features woozy current student radio hit 'Pohangina Valley To Ashhurst Domain' along with nine more evocative home-crafted tunes, straddling a line between lo-fi guitar-pop and fuzzy shoegaze wig-outs. You can catch the enigmatic artist celebrating the release of his second album as P.O.P. in less than a year (following 2019's superb self-titled album) at Wellington's jam-packed Newtown Festival this coming Sunday 8th March, at 2.55pm on the Ferguson St stage. Brown unpacked his thoughts and feelings around the album in an accompanying statement...

"Recorded throughout 2019, in the shed, in Feilding, with the limited gear I was gifted, borrowed, had laying around...same process differn't mentality...DIY or DIE, 2 Mic Life...experiment...don't live in expectations...its ok to like something I create...its ok to not like something I create...there is music in most things, you just have to look and listen hard enough, like driving in the car with the window down, mowing the lawn quickly before the rain starts, a conversation with friends, an argument, a hug, death and life...in these songs...is my 2019"


'Breathe In' is streamable now via Spotify.

Links
polaroidsofpolarbears.bandcamp.com/
facebook.com/polaroidspolarbears/

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Newtown Festival 2020
Sun 8th Mar
Newtown, Wellington