Polyphia share new track and video 'Playing God'
Official press release:
Genre-bending instrumental band Polyphia are back with "Playing God," their first song since 2019.
The track was produced by guitarists Tim Henson and Scott LePage, alongside Judge (Migos & Marshmello, blackbear, Young Thug), and features additional production by the band's longtime collaborator Y2K (Doja Cat, Remi Wolf, Tove Lo), and Johan Lenox (Kanye, Finneas).
Co-written with Wes Hauch (Alluvial), the instrumental track features a complex arrangement of nuevo flamenco guitars, bossa nova flair, and trap-influenced rhythms, and sees the band's guitar virtuosos using nylon string guitars for the first time.
Check out "Playing God" now:
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I've heard better elevator music. Enough with the stupid taps, harmonics, and "trap" bullshit.
They seriously needed a co-writer to rip off Para Mexer? And they're still coasting on that rich douche bag persona.. "tHe mOsT HaTeD".
Jeeesus, how many people does it take to "produce" an extremely underwhelming continuation of the exact same garbage they've been shitting out since 2015?
It looks like the guy with the long hair and beard cloned himself.
Bargain bin Tim Lambesis looking mother phucker on the far right of the band pic.
This is actually terrible and pretentious. Kids will pretend to like it to seem cool.
He def spends hours a day making his hair look that stupid
lol wtf is with these comments.. buncha boomers, sorry u can't enjoy innovative shit