MP3: New Neon Indian – “Polish Girl”

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This is not exactly what you would expect from a Neon Indian track. As fellow chillwaver Chazwick Bundick a.k.a. Toro Y Moi took a different approach on his sophomore album this year, it now seems that Alan Palomo is following suit, releasing a full on synth-pop, disco meets Nintendo (listen intently for the coin sample from Mario) sounding dance song. 

“Polish Girl” is the second full track we’ve heard from Palomo’s forthcoming Era Extraña, and while it does not share the hazy bedroom pop textures of first single “Fallout, it finds him being more confident in his vocals and experimenting with different brands of song construction.

It might also be the most upbeat jam Neon Indian has ever come out with. Check it below; Era Extraña drops September 13th via Palomo’s own Static Tongues.

Neon Indian – “Polish Girl” (MP3)

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MP3: Neon Indian – “Fallout”

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