Hermitude Drops ‘Pollyanarchy’ Album with Buddy, BJ the Chicago Kid, More
The electronic and hip-hop worlds collide with the release of Australian duo Hermitude‘s new genre-bending project, Pollyanarchy.
“What a blessing to connect with our idols and make a vocal focused record,” members Luke Dubs and El Gusto said. “This album has given us the opportunity to flex our production skills in a different environment where the instrumental doesn’t tell the full story. Collaboration was the key to finding the sound we wanted for Pollyanarchy.”
Locked in at 11-tracks, including “OneFourThree” and “Dusk Till Dawn,” the project comes equipped with features from Buddy, BJ the Chicago Kid, Vic Mensa, Wes Period, Bibi Bourelly, Soaky Siren, and more.
“Stupid World” f. Bibi Bourelly
“Swerve” f. Wes Period
“Northern Lights” f. Soaky Siren & Vory
“Phew” f. Bibi Bourelly
“Dusk Til Dawn” f. Vic Mensa
“OneFourThree” f. Buddy & BJ The Chicago Kid
“Let It Burn” f. Haiku Hands
“Every Day” f. Hoodlem
“Glorious” f. Electric Fields
Press play below and, if you like what you hear, be sure to add Pollyanarchy on your preferred streaming platform.