We’ve made no secret of the fact that we want to pull our industry in a new direction. We may march to the beat of our own drum, but we hope that what we’re playing will tempt others to join in. Call us the Pied Pipers of electric mobility.
So, when it comes to making actual Polestar music, we want to set a precedent there too, engaging the services of composer Lisa Nordström to create the music that exemplifies the brand. At Svenska Grammofon Studion in Polestar’s hometown of Gothenburg, Lisa and a team of musicians worked on creating the songs that will feature in future Polestar projects.
At first glance, it seems an unlikely forum for Polestar: wooden panels, porcelain lamps, and 70s microphones, with the Neve console previously owned by Queen as the centrepiece. This equipment proved to be the best; though some of it may be from yesterday, it’s ideal for recording the music of tomorrow.
The music exists to help deliver the message: a message of sustainable electric performance, and a cleaner future. That’s a beat that everyone can march to.
The most innovative ideas are brought about through creative collaboration. Ideas that have the power to change; to revolutionise the status quo and spark social and environmental change. By connecting thoughts, experiences, skills, and intuition, visionary endeavours, like design, can be elevated from good to great.
Polestar has never gone it alone. We’ve had plenty of collaborators, kindred spirits, and fellow EV enthusiasts with us on our journey towards sustainable electric mobility. And now, in Gores Guggenheim Inc., we have a new partner. One with whom we intend to go public, pursuant to a business combination agreement which we have signed.