Pollyn, an electronic trio hailing from Los Angeles, has radically altered their sound for their newest single "How Small We Are." Those who may have known the group previously might remember their music as an atmospheric downtempo experience. "How Small We Are" finds the three exploring a faster, funkier sound.
Genevieve Artadi, the vocalist of the group, has an opportunity to go into new ground. This single's B-side is a synthed out cover of Portishead's "Mysterons." They also have a rumored collaboration brewing with critically acclaimed Long Island MC Roc Marciano. Pollyn's ambition to try new things seems to have some very interesting results.
The video for "How Small We Are" intensifies and mystifies the song's title and theme, with an engaging black and white video. Their album Living In Patterns drops soon.