“Polyfeen spread their wings in the psychedelic fuzz and space echo universe and is musically anchored in the progressive psychedelic rock genre. Greatly inspired by Pink Floyd and Deep Purple Polyfeen add a new modern touch to the genre adding synthesizer and intense dance drumbeats in the mix” The song writing on the album is centered around the frontman, lead singer and bass player Michael Stanley and the charismatic Hammond organist and virtuosi Per Hugo Rotbøll, constantly challenging the psychedelic genre, moving from ear hangers lead by the excellently played acoustic and electric guitars by guitarist Torsten Lefmann accompanied by Stanley’s intense lead vocals to an instrumental synthesizer high paced dance song with a psychedelic twist that will make any listener indulged to the tough beat by drummer Karsten “Mons” Mansa. The quartet even features the grand piano in a melodic song which especially with Stanley piano playing and lead vocal leads you in direction of the Lennon solo period from the early 70’s. The album features backwards guitars, coral sitar, heavy bass fuzz and a number of 70’s analogue synthesizers. You will be taken back to the early 70’s with a modern twist in a psychedelic universe with extensive guitar and Hammond organ solos. Throughout the album the lyrics are focused round the unrealized potential in all humans regardless of origin. The mixing of the album was done by Johnny Sangster, from the Crackle & Pop! Studio in Seattle, US contributing to generous amounts of Space Echo to the album. Mastering was done with their old friend Flemming Rasmussen from Sweet Silence Studio, Denmark. To complete the art-piece the front cover has been painted by their friend, the Danish, highly controversial artist Kristian von Hornsleth. “Den Sidste Vilde” is due out on Kommun2, in limited edition black, colored and splatter colored vinyl and available via Sound Effect and Motljud.