Polaris – HYPERMANIA [Official Music Video]

The second single from Polaris upcoming second LP: THE DEATH OF ME Out Feb 21 via Resist/Sharptone. Pre-order at http://www.polarisaus.com.au LYRICS I've got a bone to pick with fate, ‘Cos fortune’s failed me as of late, And thrown me in too deep I've lost the plot from losing so much sleep Oh can you tell me, can you tell me how to save my soul? Sometimes I wish the ground would open up and swall...

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