Pulse Park are a mysterious band out of the Qikiqtaaluk Region of Canada who have just shared their new track “Apollonian Heart.”
It channels great 90s indie rock such a Luna, with interesting guitar work and atmosphere built around a distinct vocal delivery that stands out on its own in a unique fashion. It’s a super great discovery, one that we hope we get more of from these guys in no time.
They got their instruments by trading dry fruits at the Inuit and after introducing a breeding program for bowhead whales, the band decided to sing about this experience, making songs that they describe as being about “the cold, the dark, cod-liver oil and dinky arctic hares.”
“Apollonian Heart” is available to stream below.