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Polly Cash // Interview | LONDON IN STEREO

This week, DIY Pop upstart Polly Cash launched her debut EP, Trip2020.  It’s a group of songs that observe the highs & lows of a twenty-something woman, releasing her first bunch of songs within the strangest of instances with sturdy themes surrounding sexuality and age. We caught up with Polly under.

How’s lockdown been for you, Polly?

Ah man lockdown’s been weeeirdd. Since I began music I’ve by no means gone this lengthy with out a stay gig however it’s been a great time to get my guitar chops as much as scratch, I wanna be shredding by the point reveals begin up once more so I’ve been doing numerous that. It seems you positively get extra drunk on a zoom social gathering than a celebration irl. I’ve been writing a good quantity, speaking heaps with family and friends and taking part in numerous ping pong so all in all lockdown hasn’t been so dangerous.

You’ve managed to maintain busy, and have an EP titled “Trip2020” this week.  Are you able to inform us a bit about what it’s about?

Effectively to be trustworthy I really feel like my Twenties to date have been a bit trippy. I’ve skilled my greatest highs and lows previously few years and the 12 months 2020 seems like the height of all of it so it felt becoming to name this assortment of songs Trip2020.

Who’s music have you ever been listening to most for inspiration?

Caroline Polachek for positive, I believe she’s so dope! Her music got here out and it felt so contemporary and an actual jet of inspiration for me. I like a gradual mixture of Daniel Ceaser, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Muna and HER for present inspirations.

What do you hope listeners will tackle board from listening to your music? 

I hope listeners discover issues they relate to in my music like I discover in so most of the musicians I take heed to. I write quite a bit about love and that’s one thing everybody has felt ultimately so I hope a minimum of one particular person listens to my music and feels it displays their experiences. For me this is applicable particularly to any queer listeners on the market, as regardless of the emergence of numerous unbelievable lgbtq+ artists I nonetheless really feel there’s a particular lack of queer voices within the mainstream.

What’s 2021 obtained in retailer for you?

Effectively hopefully we’ll all be gigging once more! Positively extra music – we’ve obtained a stack of songs racking up so it’s onto the following mission and making that sound considerably prepared for the world.

Watch the racy new video for “In The Darkish” under:

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Rafael Gomes de Azevedo
Rafael Gomes de Azevedohttps://mastereview.com
He started his career as a columnist, contributing to the staff of a local blog. His articles with amusing views on everyday situations in the news soon became one of the main features of the current editions of the blog. For the divergences of thought about which direction the blog would follow. He left and founded three other great journalistic blogs, mastereview.com, thendmidia.com and Rockdepeche.com. With a certain passion for writing, holder of a versatile talent, in addition to coordinating, directing, he writes fantastic scripts quickly, he likes to say that he writes for a select group of enthusiasts in love with serious and true writing.


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