Polycool

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"I don't get it" - the keyboardist's mother.
For years, the four childhood friends of the group Polycool, (who used to be called Abraxas) have unwittingly enriched the definition of pop music on the Parisian scene. Their originality and influences know no limits, their project either: compose an album on the life of a warthog? Yes. A vinyl dedicated to a bisexual trout? Of course. Invent the religion of Lord lemon and make an album with a comic? Good idea. Talk about diarrhea and the price of lemon live on France Inter? Obviously.
 
Their multiple concerts (Pete The Monkey, Espace B, Pop-Up du Label, La Cigale, Le Petit Bain...) leave, at each passage, an indelible memory of pop trance, strewn with confetti thrown by a barely dressed man of a balaclava, on a sweaty public full of love. In a few years, they have created around an aura of collective madness around themselves.  
 
Their musical style, always enigmatic, is formed of various influences mixing Metronomy, Late of The Pier, Connan Mockasin and all the universe of netlabel Tasty Morsels. It is also this curious mix that embraces their new album Lemon Lord, an acidic cosmogony to come in the spring of 2019. "We wanted to meet Dark Side of The Moon Pink Floyd with the cartoon Hercules" simply summarize .
 
The Parisian quartet has created a musical style in the service of their madness - between disco, pop, synth and psychedelic.
 
They have not finished surprising you.