Polar Released Video For Burn; Everywhere, Everything Out January 13th 2023 Via Arising Empire

Polar

Polar have announced their new album Everywhere, Everything, due for release on 13th January 2023 via Arising Empire. To celebrate the quartet have released a video for their new single, ‘Burn’. Pre-order Everywhere, Everything HERE

Vocalist Adam Woodford comments on the single: “We started creating ‘Burn’ pre-pandemic and this was the first song we had written together as the current line-up – then, the pandemic took over. Just like everyone else’s lives our spun into chaos and confusion, we felt immense pressure of whether the band would still have its place. We navigated how to create music while being isolated and individually each of us wrestled with our own mental health, but one thing rang clear – that we we’re going to survive whatever we faced in front us. Once ‘Burn’ took shape, we felt the energy and drive the song has would work perfectly with a lyrical idea about the burning desire to push even harder, both personally and as band. That our flame was brighter than ever and not burning out. That flame is burning brighter than ever in the form of ‘Burn’.”

At the beginning of 2020, the music world came to an abrupt stop. For Polar, that meant a conclusive end to their unfinished tour alongside After The Burial, Spiritbox and Make Them Suffer, following their 2019 acclaimed album Nova.

Filled with a sense of uncertainty in a world turned upside down, Polar (Adam Woodford, Fabian Lomas, Gav Thane and Noah See) took to work on brand new material, with lyrics that delve deep within the self and a sound that treads new, experimental grounds.

Now armed with their hard-hitting new album, Polar are raring to take to the stage, after years of musical and personal growth behind the scenes.

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