The song comes in with a stiff Factory Records beat that really sets the tone of how the song is going to be going from there on out. From the blurry vocals to the driving bass line, the song just screams post-punk in all the right ways, add in a little Psychocandy flavor and you’re just about there.
Comparing the song to these benchmarks really isn’t to detract from how well crafted Sunstinger’s “Polarized” is. It’s a spot on dark pop song supported by excellent song-writing as well as a dynamic performance. It’s really a shame that I’ve only been able to find two of their songs online.