Polish Club share new video for Beeping; announce debut EP launch
The track is their third single from their self-titled debut EP which was independently released via MGM Distribution last month.
With no use of special effects or sneaky tricks, Polish Club’s clip for ‘Beeping’ was put together entirely on a humble B&W photocopier. Made after-hours at their office job, the band’s drummer John-Henry and friend Tommy Thoms tirelessly shifted each frame around as the photocopier moved across the glass top. From there, each photocopy was painstakingly photographed. A month in the making and an all round pain in the ass, the result is a trippy psychedelic experimentation that hits just as hard as the song itself.
Polish Club will be playing their Debut EP Launch at Waywards in Sydney this December following two weeks on the road with Loon Lake on their Final Wave Australian Tour. Details below.
Thurs 12 Nov – Loon Lake Farewell Tour – Corner Hotel, Melbourne
Sat 14 Nov – Loon Lake Farewell Tour – Corner Hotel, Melbourne (SOLD OUT)
Fri 11 Dec – Polish Club EP Launch – Waywards, Sydney (FREE ENTRY)
29-31 Dec – Lost Paradise Festival – Glenworth Valley
Sun 10 Jan – FBi Radio’s SMAC Festival – Carriageworks, Sydney
LOVE FOR POLISH CLUB
“The minute I heard the opening chords of “Able”, I knew Polish Club were something special…The raw beauty of their guitar-and-drum attack combined with the raggedly soulful vocals of Novak make for a sound that’s instantly classic yet rooted very much in the here and now.”
Rod Yates, Rolling Stone
“Now there’s a voice”
Richard Kingsmill, triple j
“So much soul, grit and burning heart on this. And smash. This song SMASHES.”
Zan Rowe, triple j
“What a smile this teasing EP brings to one’s face. Sydney duo Polish Club come out all guns blazing on their debut EP with an intensely likeable fusion of gritty rock and Motown skuzz, and pump out an American swagger that is instantly ear-catching…t’s brash, loud, messy…but full of so much heart.”
4/5, The Music
“While you might think their instrumentation would be uncomfortably sparse, lead singer Novak’s ferociously bluesy vocals and the powerful drumming of John-Henry fill out your headphones with an astounding sound…they carry an air of youthful exuberance and originality that tugs at your inner rebel.”