Polish Club release second single ‘Come Party’

The Aussie soul-punk slammers have just shared their latest track. 

Come Party. In the hands of howling Sydney guitar-drums duo Polish Club, it’s not so much a polite invitation as an offer you can’t refuse.

A hyperventilating dose of pistol-shot drums, singing cymbals, double-time guitar grunt and sweet go-go shimmy, it’s the king-hit this summer can’t live without.

For those who came in late, Polish Club have been gate-crashing polite company since 2015, when drummer John-Henry and turbo-vocal/guitar frontman Novak acted on a hunch in a Sydney garage and wound up setting fire to every festival stage in Australia.

Come Party follows the double A-side whammy of Able/Beeping into the global market ahead of an imminent debut album, ALRIGHT ALREADY, which has already sealed the blister-fingered duo’s reputation as formidable festival contenders back home.

The duo’s quiff-melting live attack has escalated over a string of sold-out tours, most recently as main support act for Royal Blood’s first Aussie arena dates. A debut foray to the US in April has seized a devoted following via the sweat and blood of hand-to-hand combat and now it’s Europe’s turn.

Like a rope tied to your hips, Come Party jerks your body sideways and won’t let go. Best answer the call before somebody else tells you ALRIGHT ALREADY is the most exhilarating rock’n’roll debut album of 2018.

UK debut live dates:
2 August — Paper Dress Vintage, London
4 August — Nambucca, London
5 August — The Old Blue Last, London

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