Track: Polly Rekindles Her Past In Her Euphoric ‘We’re not really strangers’

Layered in a sonically rich atmosphere of bubbly synths and irresistible rhythm, Naarm/Melbourne-based electro/indie pop artist POLLY has returned with her soaring sophomore single ‘We’re not really strangers’.

After releasing her debut single last year, the artist has teamed up with Melbourne-based producer Jeremy Drakeford, known for working with artists like Lachie Gill, Carda and Emily Falvey.

Imbued with the essence of Fletcher, Tove Lo and Blusher, POLLY masterfully weaves velvety vocals into a vibrant and emotionally charged dreamscape of storytelling. The hypnotic and lush synths take centre stage, elevating the track into an unapologetic fusion of raw and authentic pop. With each pulsating beat and electrifying melody, POLLY crafts a sonic landscape that embraces the genre’s buoyant energy while infusing it with her own unique brand of emotional depth and authenticity.

The artist shares the track was written:

To process that weird feeling when you reconnect with someone from the past that you once knew inside out, and then time passes by, and all of a sudden they’re a stranger again – but like, not really? And you both are awkward and not sure how to navigate the strangers but not really territory.

‘We’re not really strangers’ is out now and is available to stream/download – here.

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