NEWS

New album 

The band are currently at work in NYC on their 9th album, tentatively entitled "Deux Anges". With Summer's tracks already recorded, Michael and Sylvia are busy completing basic tracks. It's a big record, quite possibly another double (the band's third double)! Expected release late spring, as ever on Slugg Records. Watch this space!

Tomorrow Night - "Til Morning" broadcast 

"The best Christmas album of all time! By the one and only Bipolar Explorer" -Limbocast Radio (Canada)

Canadian podcasters, Limbocast, are playing the band's 8th album, Til Morning Is Nigh, in its sequence and entirety tomorrow night, Saturday December 21st - the night of the Winter Solstice.

We'll post the link the moment it's up or if you simply can't wait, just follow them on Twitter or look them up on Anchor to navigate there yourself.

And... thanks, guys, for the incredible kind words!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Happy Birthday, Summer! 

Summer's 40th birthday is today, Nov 13, 2019. We assembled and released this video at midnight to honor and remember her. It's "Flag Day (Summer Dream Version)" from our 2018 double-album, Sometimes In Dreams. A thousand divine angels watch, bless and keep you, little sweetheart. Love you forever.

 

Part Six - The Making of "Til Morning Is Nigh" 

Part six of the mini-documentary about the making of the band's 8th album, TIL MORNING IS NIGH, is up today on both the band's YouTube channel and the Slugg Records website.

 

Rolling out episodically, a new part each Friday, over the last month and a half, the entire piece is now published. Watch it in its entirety by visiting The Making of "Til Morning Is Nigh" YouTube playlist that includes all six parts in order along with 5 music videos from the album.

 

Note: ENABLE CC! This series of interviews was shot on location in iconic settings around NYC and recorded to evoke the nature of a quiet conversation. Subtitles (English/French) and Closed Captioning is avail... and recommended! Just click the little CC button.

 

 

 

Part Five - The Making of "Til Morning Is Nigh" 

Part Five of the mini-documentary about the making of the band's 8th album, Til Morning Is Nigh, is up now on the Bipolar Explorer YouTube channel.

 

Consisting of six interviews with Michael and accompanying videos from the album, it has been rolling out episodically on New Music Fridays. The final episode, part 6, is next week.

 

Filmed on location in NYC in iconic settings, it was recorded to evoke the nature of a quiet conversation. Subtitles (in both English and French) and Closed Captioning are available and recommended, ENABLE CC!

 

Part Four - The Making of "Til Morning Is Nigh" 

Part Four of the mini-documentary about the making of the band's 8th album, Til Morning Is Nigh, is up today on the Bipolar Explorer YouTube channel, along with the fourth video from the album, "Noel". Filmed on location in intimate, iconic settings in NYC, this series was intentionally recorded to evoke the nature of a quiet conversation. ENABLE SUBTITLES/CC in settings (the little CC button) to fully enjoy.

 

Part Three - The Making of "Til Morning Is Nigh" 

Part Three of the mini documentary about the making of the band's 8th album, Til Morning Is Nigh, is up now on the BPX YouTube channel!

 

Filmed on location in intimate, iconic settings in NYC, this series was intentionally recorded to evoke the nature of a quiet conversation. ENABLE SUBTITLES/CC in settings (the little CC button) to fully enjoy.

 

Six interviews with band co-founder, Michael Serafin-Wells filmed by Sylvia Solanas on location in NYC, accompanied by five of the band's videos for the album, released in series over several weeks on New Music Fridays. Subtitles (English/French) and CC available (and recommended - ENABLE!).

 

Part Two - The Making of "Til Morning Is Nigh" 

Part Two of the mini documentary about the band's eighth album, Til Morning Is Nigh, is up now on the BPX YouTube channel.

 

Filmed on location in intimate, iconic settings in NYC, this series was intentionally recorded to evoke the nature of a quiet conversation. ENABLE SUBTITLES/CC in settings (the little CC button) to fully enjoy.

 

Produced by Slugg Records, The Making of "Til Morning Is Nigh" consists of six interviews with band co-founder, Michael Serafin-Wells filmed by Sylvia Solanas on location in NYC, accompanied by four of the band's videos for the album, released in series over several weeks on New Music Fridays. Check back each week for the next episode!