It's time to get that good ol' rock and roll back into your veins, Polish Club have dropped their debut album 'Alright Already' and it's a real head banger. The days of dancing around your room playing air guitar are back and vibing as you listen to this album, so start singing into your hairbrush and crank this one up full volume.
The Sydney duo released the 14 track album on the 31st of March, which means it's fresh and tasty for all the fans. Indulge by starting off with the blood pumping 'Where U Been?', you'll be bursting your eardrums with the splendid blues guitar and killer drums on this track. 'Come Party' will have you drooling with excitement, we ain't fooling. (see what we did there?) You probably heard the boys play this one live on Triple J in early March for their stunning Like A Version of Flume's 'Never Be Like You', and its regular rotation on the station.
'Beat Up' will be the reason for your sore neck, after the amount of head banging you'll be doing to the divine vocals and filthy guitar. 'Why Should I' slows it down a little with a nice sing-a-long, before bringing it right back to the upbeat tune 'Watchuknow' that makes us want to grab a surf board, chuck on the sunnies, bucket hat, and head on down to the beach.
'Alright Already' is available for you to add to your collection, so make sure to snag yourself a copy of this delight.
Polish Club will be heading out on their national tour starting on the 2nd of May and ending on the 3rd of June. Fans will be treated to the fellas performing tracks from 'Alright Already', and you won't want to miss it. Don't make an excuse, grab a mate and head on down to the Rocket Bar on the 19th of May for the Adelaide show. You can have fun later, go party with Polish Club.
All images via Polish Club Facebook
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