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Poliça have shared another new track, 'Sea Without Blue'

It's the fourth to be taken from their forthcoming album 'When We Stay Alive'.
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Published: 8:15 pm, January 21, 2020
Poliça have shared another new track, 'Sea Without Blue'

Poliça have shared another new single, the fourth to be taken from their forthcoming album 'When We Stay Alive'.

Titled 'Sea Without Blue', it arrives after recent efforts 'Steady', 'Forget Me Now' and 'Driving'.

Vocalist Channy Leaneagh explains: "If love is a sea sometimes it's a sea full of plastic, bleached coral and without any blue; just grey and full of rotting fish... this is a love song to my love who remains my love."

'When We Stay Alive' is set for release this Friday, 24th January,. You can check out 'Sea Without Blue' below.

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