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April 2020
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Poliça have debuted a brand new single, 'Steady'

It's taken from their forthcoming album 'When We Stay Alive'.
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Published: 10:30 am, January 20, 2020
Poliça have debuted a brand new single, 'Steady'

Poliça have debuted a brand new single.

Titled 'Steady', it's taken from their forthcoming album 'When We Stay Alive', and follows up on the previously revealed 'Forget Me Now' and 'Driving'.

Speaking about the track, vocalist Channy Leaneagh explains: "It’s about looking around and realizing you and your kiddos are all alone and feeling terrified about taking care of it all and raising good humans to boot. I see my own weaknesses looking back at me everyday as a parent and I've also found my strengths. Building our own family and foundation."

'When We Stay Alive' is set for release on 24th January. You can check out 'Steady' below.

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