June 18th 2014
The Game dropped a new track this week, a pretty brutal assault throwing shade to the entire XXL Freshmen class, and calling out the industry for turning soft — “I should left my daughter scream on that motherf***er / The industry soft, I should left Miguel sing on this mother***er”
But in amongst all that negativity, there’s one thing we’re pretty stoked on, a sample of Polica’s “Warrior Lord” that runs the entirety of the song. Stream below, accompanied by the official music video premiered today on World Star Hip Hop.
“Warrior Lord” appears on Polica’s 2013 album “Shulamith”, which has just been given a brand new deluxe re-issue featuring four new tracks. Get it now on iTunes.
June 11th 2014
Polica have beefed up their 2013 album “Shulamith” with four brand new songs, including their wonderful cover of Lesley Gore classic “You Don’t Own Me, as part of a deluxe edition digital re-issue.
The deluxe is available on iTunes now, with the four new songs set to be released as a stand-alone 10″ later this year (available to pre-order via the band’s website).
In support of the new release, Polica have shared the official video for deluxe track “Raw Exit”, featuring paisley wallpaper, spinning backdrops, and a whole plethora of wigs. What more do you need?
May 15th 2014
During their last UK trip, Polica caught up with clothing brand AllSaints to film a pair of live videos, as part of the retailers newly launched London Sessions series.
Watch “Spilling Lines” and “Smug” now.
Both tracks feature on Polica’s 2013 release “Shulamith”, which will enjoy a deluxe edition re-release on June 10 featuring a brand new 4-track EP! ICYMI, stream the EP title track “Raw Exit” now:
“Shulamith” (Deluxe) is available to pre-order now on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/shulamithdeluxe
May 13th 2014
POLIÇA have announced a deluxe edition of their 2013 album “Shulamith”, the deluxe comes packaged with a 4-track EP. which will also be available as a standalone 10-inch later in the year. The new material includes lead single, “Raw Exit” and the band’s stunning rendition of the Leslie Gore ballad, “You Don’t Own Me”, both of which you may have heard as part of POLIÇA’s live set over the past few months, and the former of which is now available to stream in all of its studio-version glory, courtesy of Stereogum
“Shulamith” (Deluxe) is available to pre-order now on iTunes, or as an alternative, “Raw Exit” is available to download as standalone single: http://smarturl.it/shulamithdeluxe
Polica will be touring the US this summer, tickets are on sale now.
05/31 – Indianapolis, IN @ Radio Radio [Tickets]
06/02 – Buffalo, NY @ Tralf [Tickets]
06/03 – Toronto, ON @ Mod Club [Tickets]
06/05 – Cleveland, OH @ Grog Shop [Tickets]
06/06 – Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall [Tickets]
06/07 – Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall [Tickets]
06/08 – Columbus, OH @ The Basement [Tickets]
06/09 – Cincinnati, OH @ Southgate [Tickets]
06/10 – Millvale, PA @ Mr Smalls Theatre [Tickets]
06/11 – Asheville, NC @ The Orange Peel [Tickets]
06/12 – Manchester, TN @ Bonnaroo [Tickets]
06/14 – Raleigh, NC @ Lincoln Theatre [Tickets]
06/16 – New York, NY @ Bowery Ballroom [Tickets]
06/17 – Brooklyn, NY @ Music Hall of Williamsburg [Tickets]
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.