It’s 2016 and despite our advances, homelessness is still rife the world over. It’s an issue that has resonated with Polar; the plight becoming the catalyst for the Guildford crew’s third album, ‘No Cure No Saviour’.
In pouring their emotions and first-hand experiences into its veins, from the wake-the-fuck-up clobber of ‘Blood For Blood’ to Adam Woodford’s rallying roars on the anthemic ‘Tidal Waves And Hurricanes’, they’ve created a hugely moving listen. But it’s the astoundingly powerful post-hardcore beacon of ‘No Saviour’ that truly shines.
The quality of their message is reflected, resulting in an album as compelling as it is heavy.