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Polar Collective release debut single

DEBUT: Polar Collective are releasing their debut single on July 17 ANL-150714-102553001
DEBUT: Polar Collective are releasing their debut single on July 17 ANL-150714-102553001

Suffolk pop band Polar Collective are releasing their debut single ‘You Make Me Feel (Woah)’ on Friday.

Singer Jake Cardy, 21, guitarist Adam Dodd, 20, saxophonist and piano player Ally Newbigging, 20, and drummer Gryph Ford, 21, have had a jammed packed year with a host of top gigs, the release of a Youtube Series and an album on the way.

Jake said the idea for the single’s catchy chorus was written some time ago.

He said: “I had a voice memo on my phone from about three years ago of me singing ‘wooooah’.

“We did a first mix a while back which wasn’t quite what we wanted .

“It’s only in the last year we’ve gone back and found it, returned to the studio and tried out some new ideas with it.

“The video for the single was recorded at Broadway House in Fulham. It was a lot of fun and a great experience.”

Jake said the boys are now hard at work in the studio putting together and recording their debut album.

“We try and keep ourselves as busy as we can,” he said.

“At the moment we are recording the album so are in the studio most days - we are spending a lot fo time over the songs. “Apart from that we’ve been gigging a lot as well.

“We played the Gig in the Garden at the weekend and are going back to Jimmy’s Farm to play at the Sausage and Beer Festival too.

“It’s going to be a really great summer.”

For more information on Polar Collective please visit www.polarcollectivemusic.com.

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