Polystar is an esoteric blend of rock, electronica, folk, and disco, with a pop sensibility. Rather than following the recent trend of many bands who try to sound JUST LIKE the 60s, 70s, or 80s bands they admire, Polystar mixes these influences up, making music that is "dated in three decades", while still sounding fresh and different. Songs are typically dark in nature, covering such subject matter as stalking (from the stalkers and stalkees point of view), betrayal, regret, and darkness itself. They somehow manage to explore these themes in the context of very catchy pop songs.
Polystar consists of Danny Gold and Theodore Fraser with guest players such as Boz Boorer (Morrissey's band), Sean T. Drinkwater (Freezepop) and Roger O'Donnell (The Cure, Psychedelic Furrs, Berlin, Thompson Twins).
Their songs were written and recorded in such diverse locations as New Orleans, Boston, London, Devon and even Persia! When not doing Polystar stuff Danny teaches music recording and Theodore is a pilot. He has been repeatedly warned that the combination of rock n roll and small aircraft is deadly.
We is the first release off Polystars second album and was one of the songs recorded with Roger O'Donnell of The Cure.
But Doesn't Everybody
A song about not being liked.
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