After a slew of successful singles and shows across the UK and Europe, Polymath have emerged from the studio with their gargantuan EP 'Reptiles'. The band spent one week with producer/engineer Lee McMahon (And So I Watch You From Afar, Dry The River) crafting their off-kilter jams into six superb tracks that would make Omar Rodriguez Lopez break sweat.
"Once you settle into the album and allow it to take you to its dizzying heights anchored by its steady, sure-footed (yet shifting) roots, you come out the other end bolder than you were before you listened." Independent Music News
"Reptiles will be looked back upon as the moment Polymath pushed the boundaries and became one of 2015s best math-rock bands" Alt Dialogue
"A beautiful, ugly, magnificent beast that both delights and devours your ears in one swift, elegant move" Leeds Music Scene
released February 16, 2015
Guitars: Tim Laulik-Walters
Bass: Joe Branton
Drums: Chris Woollison
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I've listened to this album for years and I still don't know what to say about it.
One of the best albums I've ever heard and there are few things that sound so right to me at all much less in their near entirety.
I love this album and I love this band's music. yehoodi