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Polar Collective release new Youtube series




The Polar Collective joined Jimmy Doherty at his farm near Ipswich to film the band's seven part Youtube series ANL-150515-152053001
The Polar Collective joined Jimmy Doherty at his farm near Ipswich to film the band's seven part Youtube series ANL-150515-152053001

Polar Collective are releasing a brand new web series on Youtube called The Polar Life.

The first episode of the show, which was shot at Jimmy’s Farm near the band’s hometown of Ipswich, was released on Friday May 15 - with more episodes released every Friday.

Singer Jake Cardy said: “It is a web show which kicks off after a performance at Jimmy’s Farm last year. “We get back to our car, the Polar Express, and it has broken down so we think ‘we are in a pickle now’.

“We speak to Jimmy to ask to get it fixed, so they put us up in a barn until we can get the car to the garage.

“While we are there we are given some chores for letting us stay.”

The band are releasing an episode every Friday for the next six weeks.

A soundtrack, featuring all the songs from the show, will be released at the end of the run.

Check out the next edition of the boys’ adventure here.

The band are currently gearing up for the release of their debut single - You Make Me Feel (Woah) - on July 6.

As well as the exciting seven-part Youtube series, the band have a host of gigs lined up for the summer.

The band will be making return festival appearances throughout the year, including Jimmy’s Beer and Sausage Festival and are once again headlining Action Charity’s Gig in The Garden.

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

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