POLAR States are set to release their new single, Trip Love on November 15 via Killing Moon ahead of their debut UK headline tour.

Their appearances at Liverpool Sound City ’19 and The Great Escape ’19 saw them play to packed-out rooms, followed by performances at BBC Introducing at the Liverpool Docks and Pub In The Park.

Having grown up in towns dotted around the north west, the band spent their first two years quietly writing and refining their sound, while privately sending out demos to their followers on Instagram.

Knutsford Guardian:

This sparked an early cult following, built on the back of songs documenting their immediate surroundings and honest experiences.

On Trip Love, singer Paul Tong said: ‘It’s a song about being addicted to the turbulence you find in a relationship you keep trying to leave. The ones that reel you back in for another hit when you’re on a night out and catch sight of each other.”

Trip Love is part of the EP All You Couldn’t See, co-produced by Larry Hibbitt (Sea Girls, Sundara Karma, Nothing But Thieves, Bloxx).

Polar States are to play at the Night and Day Café in Manchester on November 16, The Factory Live at Worthing on November 30, Old Blue Last in London on December 2, 02 Academy 3 in Birmingham on December 3 and Arts Club in Liverpool on December 6.