"I'm 23 years old, and all this Polyphonic Spree zeal comes from my teenage indie pop riot time, when the band had already been on the road for a while. however, they made me feel a sort of nostalgia of a time I didn’t even experience as a grown-up. but feel as mine. … I gotta say: Carefully Try really gets me, and so does Hold Yourself Up. They’re incredible songs.
Lots of moments and times to be remembered in this new album. It's been a great experience…having been able to share some momentum with Tim and Julie for a few days. And with the rest of the P.S. gang, too. It actually felt like being at home, surrounded by family.
The band feels incredibly alive and my generation loves this album, which means we will keep following their way and singing along.
Childhood and maturity are connected through melancholy. Seeing everything in front of you. The time your own voyage hadn’t yet started. And being observed by the ones who had already come back and just know what it is all about.
Those two souls are ideally inside every one of us… innocence, peril …the moment in which you take a step forward and leave innocence behind. Then you really start living your own staff, figuring out what's going on. Melancholy. This is the feeling we all remember in that moment, and what the Poly Spree describe so well in their You Don't Know Me song." - Albert Moya (director)