In a (relatively) recent interview, Polar Bear Club's Chris Browne talked about progress towards the band's next album:
Between Jimmy [Stadt] and I we have probably 14 or 15 song ideas ready to go. I know Nate [Morris] has some stuff he's working on as well. We've only had time to get to one or two as a full band so far, but I don't think I've ever been this excited about PBC songwriting. Things are coming together naturally and smoothly, and we all seem to want the same things this time around. I think the next record will maintain the variety of songs that we like, but the performance will have a little more "vibe" or "groove" to it if that makes any sense. We're not going to be afraid to just take a song where it needs to go rather than micromanaging everything. It may end up being more of a pop-rock record than we've ever done before, but the ideas are just as quirky and intense as ever in my mind.
Check out the interview here.
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