The Polyphonic Spree have been quiet for a while now, but today the famously berobed band reappeared with an intriguing iPhone and iPad app. Bullseye by Polyphonic Spree is a collaboration with developer Moonbot Studios, and claims to be “an interactive music video”. What that means is fans get to “Play through an expansive and changing world as You-Me, a small creature striving to find his way in the world. Bring plants and creatures to life in a video where you see, hear, and touch the world around you.” The app costs £1.19 on the App Store, so it’s a paid product. It comes ahead of the release of 10 iPad apps for Bjork’s Biophilia album, which are expected to take a similar interactive approach. Source: AppShopper

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