PolSky is an alt pop band led by vocalist and guitarist, Kris Warren. Influenced by Echo and the Bunnymen, Nick Lowe, Terry Hall, Ian Broudie, and Billy Mackenzie, among others, the band has an eclectic style, mercurial in a way that keeps you guessing. The vintage vibe is juxtaposed with contemporary styles. Listening to PolSky is an exercise in timelessness. 

Their psychedelic and hypnotic design is amped up with modernity in the form of free electronica and pop music cultures. Their latest album, Executive Functions is a conceptual masterpiece as they infiltrate a structure of nihilistic mundanity with chaotic philosophies and sonic patterns. Taken from this collection is the track, 100 Million Ways to Die. 

The track is teeming with visual synths that prompt stunning imagery aligned with the theme. Powered by a rigorous beat rhythm and percussive units, the glassy whimsy of the vocals melts into the soundscape. Retro flavored synths grasp at it, riffs texturize it and the robotic electronica modernizes it. Listen Now! 

PolSky is Kris Warren (vocals, guitar), Senior Synth Architect, Ben Warn (keyboards), Rhythm Logistics Engineer, Alex Robertson (drums) and Low Frequency Systems Analyst Chris Norman (bass).

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music! 

You can listen to a 100 Million Ways to Die from the Executive Functions Album by PolSky here –