POULISH KID I Hate You But I Love You A Bit More
Release Date 07/02/2022
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CloudKid Presents POULISH KID - I Hate You But I Love You A Bit More

POULISH KID, fka KAPUZE, uplifts the soul with a relatable, dance track featuring 60s rock ‘n roll vibes combined with 808s, on “I HATE YOU BUT I LOVE YOU A BIT MORE.The high tempo and combination of analog and digital drums on the song also create an unprecedented sound and ear worm that will keep you smiling throughout, and singing along to it during any subsequent listen.

POULISH KID comments on the song: “The song is about the underlying implications of when you’re having a bad day for no apparent reason at all. You wake up and suddenly realize that it’s not going to be a good day for you. You just want to be alone and wait till the next day, because you’ve already given up before the day has even started. And for whatever reason, you just can’t seem to explain to yourself why you hate everything and everyone around you. With that said, there’s a light at the end of the tunnel: one person who has the ability to cheer and pull you out of your funk. Unfortunately, this person can also make you feel worse, getting even more negative emotions out of you. Regardless, you know that there can simultaneously be a hate and love for this person; and that positive feeling of love will persist and come out stronger.”  

»You know that feeling when you're having a bad day for what seems like no apparent reason at all?«

Inspired by diverse artists including the likes of Chuck Berry, Bill Haley, twenty one pilots, and Grandson, POULISH KID’s aim as a singer, songwriter and producer is to combine and offset unique sounds that stir up different emotions. From the dreamy feelings a listener has when hearing more indie rock sensibilities, to the energy laced within when in front of an EDM DJ, the artist hopes audiences feel overwhelmed — in a good way — when engaging with his music’s little nuances and ear candies. Completely self-writing, playing and producing his own unique sounds, it’s clear his pop-rock-alternative sound in his native Germany will be a force to be reckoned with.