Los Angeles multi-genre trio Pollyn turn in their latest visual for “Mysterons” – the band’s very own rendition of Portishead’s Dummy cut. The track stems from their appreciation for ’90s electronica music and since Radiohead has become “less trip hop,” the group decided to pay tribute to their early influences. “Mysterons” further serves as the B-side for their latest single “How Small We Are.” The accompanying visual was directed by the band’s Adam Jay Weissman and is a shadow-filled companion to its A-side. The clip was shot with only a flashlight on a pitch black stage and shows the band performing the tune. Look out for Pollyn’s forthcoming album Living in Patterns, due October 4, whereas the single “How Small We Are” with “Mysterons” is available on iTunes.
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