The electronic and hip-hop worlds collide with the release of Australian duo Hermitude‘s new genre-bending project, Pollyanarchy.
“What a blessing to connect with our idols and make a vocal focused record,” members Luke Dubs and El Gusto said. “This album has given us the opportunity to flex our production skills in a different environment where the instrumental doesn’t tell the full story. Collaboration was the key to finding the sound we wanted for Pollyanarchy.”
Locked in at 11-tracks, including “OneFourThree” and “Dusk Till Dawn,” the project comes equipped with features from Buddy, BJ the Chicago Kid, Vic Mensa, Wes Period, Bibi Bourelly, Soaky Siren, and more.
- “Pilot Light”
- “Stupid World” f. Bibi Bourelly
- “Swerve” f. Wes Period
- “Northern Lights” f. Soaky Siren & Vory
- “Phew” f. Bibi Bourelly
- “Dusk Til Dawn” f. Vic Mensa
- “OneFourThree” f. Buddy & BJ The Chicago Kid
- “Let It Burn” f. Haiku Hands
- “Every Day” f. Hoodlem
- “Glorious” f. Electric Fields
Press play below and, if you like what you hear, be sure to add Pollyanarchy on your preferred streaming platform.