January 23rd 2014
Polica have unveiled a brand new video for not one, but TWO killer tracks from their 2013 album “Shulamith”. Watch the Isaac Ravishankara-directed “I Need $” and “So Leave” below, featuring Channy as a daydreaming / identity-stealing motel chambermaid.
“Shulamith is available to purchase now on iTunes.
As an added bonus, why not also re-acquaint yourself with the record’s previous videos for “Tiff” and “Warrior Lord” (for those who perhaps don’t remember, the “Tiff” treatment is somewhat, um, NSFW).
December 18th 2013
To close out a fantastic year, Polica last night stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live for a rendition of “Spilling Lines”, a cut from their latest album “Shulamith”, and Lesley Gore’s “You Don’t Own Me”, a cover that has become a staple of the band’s live show. Watch below.
Polica’s latest album “Shulamith” is available now, and recently found its way onto both Complex and Pigeons & Planes‘ Best Albums of 2013 lists.
October 28th 2013
To celebrate the release of their fantastic second album “Shulamith” (out now!), Polica have unveiled a set of five “Chain My Name” remixes from Perera Elsewhere, Seams, Allan Kingdom, Paper Tiger, and Pony Bwoy. Each unveiled throughout the past week on Yours Truly. Check what the site had to say about each rework, and stream all five below.
“Perera Elsewhere slow burns Poliça’s “Chain My Name” into a bubbling and boiling flame, one that requires every replay until the end of the day.” – Yours Truly
“Rather than taking the already raucous boom clap of Poliça’s original and slowing it to a candlelight flicker, the Berlin based producer rips it into a disco-jammed shimmy. With pulsating zigs and zags + a steady thump of a bassline Seams lets your mind wander about what happened last night, but also clears the air with the right amount of everything in this remix.” – Yours Truly
“It’s hard to deny the bounce that Allan Kingdom brings to the table. Having already given us one of our favorite rap songs of the year, he works production, vocals, and a verse all to his own to make something that’s twists the original from a boogie to a haunting bounce that crawls along at just the right pace.” – Yours Truly
“Paper Tiger takes Poliça’s “Chain My Name” and brings it to soaring heights. From the first handclaps to the rumbling bassline there’s very little here that wouldn’t fit while zooming through the air staring at the slowly growing buildings down below. Get l ost in something that’s incredibly exciting.” – Yours Truly
“This is something you can fall asleep to, and also make out to, and cry to. There’s a lot of emotions here and all of them are the right emotions.” – Yours Truly
“Shulamith” is available to purchase now on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/shulamithitunes
October 22nd 2013
Happy Polica release day! The band’s brand new album “Shulamith” is out today in North America, and is available to purchase on iTunes, Amazon, and your local indie record store.
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To celebrate the release, Yours Truly are this week rolling out a series of “Chain My Name” remixes, kicking off yesterday with a warped rework courtesy of Perera Elsewhere, and followed up today with Seams uptempo take on the track. Keep your eye on the site, as remixes from Allan Kingdom, Pony Bwoy, and Paper Tiger are also on the way.
ICYMI: Watch Polica’s brand new video for Warrior Lord below:
October 16th 2013
With less than a week until the official release of Shulamith, Polica have offered up the album to stream in full over on NPR Music.
If you can’t stand to wait one more week to get your hands on a physical copy, the band have released 500 signed and hand-customised bootlegs, available at independent record stores across the US right now. Find a store at http://recordstoreday.com/venues, and call for availability. If you get your hands on one, tweet at @momandpopmusic and tell us which number and where you found it!
“Shulamith” officially drops on October 22, and is available to pre-order physically through http://thisispolica.com, with a limited lithograph and lyric book offering, and digitally via iTunes.
Watch the band’s brand new video for “Warrior Lord” below:
October 8th 2013
Watch POLIÇA’s beautiful new video for “Warrior Lord”, a previously unheard track from the band’s forthcoming new album “Shulamith”
Conceptualized by POLIÇA frontwoman Channy Leaneagh, and brought to life by fellow Minneapolis directors Isaac Gale and David Jensen — also responsible for the band’s previous “Dark Star” video.
“SHULAMITH” is available to pre-order now on CD and vinyl through the band’s website, and digitally through iTunes.