In 2017 the group hit the recording studio for an ode to the classic Aussie tradition of streaking in 'Clothes Off’, following it up with synth laden, heartfelt love letter in “Take Me” (a number that found the band in spot rotation on the J’s across the back half of the year). Nostalgic synthesisers and playful guitar lines (influenced by The Smiths and The Cure) made for an affectionate and sweeping overture. The boys hit the road with Polish Club across all of their Aus dates at the back end of 2017, playing their biggest stages to date.
For the new year the group have delivered “Forget About It”, an old school indie-rock floor filler to burn of dem calories. The upbeat little banger wastes no time as frontman Ben wonders why anyone would even question smashing up the piggy bank if it meant missing out on a good time!? Spend some money, forget about it!
It’s replete with an accompanying music video that takes on the idea that the hitmen in Reservoir Dogs made a cameo in the beloved Amercian dance drama Step Up. Grab ya popcorn, preferably with unsaturated Margarine.