It's hard to explain, but it looks like we're dealing with something that in no way resembles or is connected to the pop culture which surrounds us everywhere today.
Listening to them we have the impression, even implication, that quite probably they aren't capable of doing anything other than playing. They are, in their own way, a unique occurrence.
Their whole atmosphere could be described as a combination of a number of associations - Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Placebo, Queens Of The Stone Age and Interpol. And we're not just talking about similarities, but rather the same type of sensitivity. Their songs are solid rock numbers, coming out of the dusk in a slow tempo, enveloped in an aura of psychedelic colours. Add to that poetic lyrics written with feeling; impressional, yet at the same time brimming with existential reflections - and the result is that these simple and suggestive guitar compositions, beautifully crafted, acquire a specific charm and a truly promising sound.
The Poise Rite comes from Poland, although are currently based in the UK. The essence of the band is made up of three inimitable organs. They are reluctant to talk of any influences, although they accentuate their inspirations of course. They are fully aware of the artistic road they have chosen, and bravely stride in this direction.
They have recently played London venues such as The Astoria, The Clapham Grand, Meanfiddler, The Bull&Gate, Cargo, Buffalo Bar, Scala, Telegraph, as well as Fort Regent in Jersey. They have also recently played shows in Poland, including Stodola in Warsaw and are currently in the process of arranging various shows around the UK and in Poland (and beyond) for the coming months.