The German band Poliverso obviously enjoys long songs and on their EP Sunound they have two very long songs, and in addition two long songs.
Poliverso emerged from Dresden, Germany in 2019. The band came to be after singer/guitarist Andrés Ramos had worked on self-produced tracks that depict rock rooted sounds and rhythms of the Caribbean folklore. He was later joined by bassist Sören Müller (Orange Utan) and together they further crafted what would become their first EP Sunbound that was released on the 17th of September 2021 (independent release).
They joined forces with Eduardo Mota (Brasil Electric) on drums and percussion and Scott McLean (Falloch, healthyliving) on keyboards, to create a sound that ranges from chaotic latin prog rock to lava-like synth tapestries with hints of heavy metal. Thus they honor their desire for ruthless exploration of the sometimes ambiguous but always human feeling behind their music.
Most recently they are gearing up towards bringing their music to the public in a live setting.
1. El Quinto Sol (6:38)
2. Lethargy (7:52)
3. Aurora (9:35)
4. La Hechicera (9:19)
Total Time 33:24
Sören Müller – bass, backing vocals
Andres Ramos – guitar, vocals
Scott McLean – keyboards
Eduardo Mota – drums
Jeremias Novanhana – trombone (1)