Vinyl LP pressing, includes digital download. Blondie was formed during a 1970s era of urban decay - a time when the travails of being in a band, seeking an artistic outlet, or instigating a scene as a means of existence was a survival of the fittest among streets of heightened crime and social unrest. Certainly, those '70s New York streets have been glamorized in the onslaught of retrospective looks at the punk, new wave, disco and hip-hop scenes that found their fundamental roots in that era. But it certainly wasn't an easier time to live there. The challenges and intensity of the city were just different. In true pop art fashion it's as post-modern as a concept gets and the perfect way to move on from 2014's 40th anniversary celebrations and the subsequent release of Ghosts Of Download. In Pollinator exists a giant feedback loop - one in which Blondie created, then generations were inspired, then those generation created and inspired, and are now teaming up with Blondie. When the time came for Chris, Debbie and drummer Clem Burke to "get the band back together" and make an album, choice pioneers from the decades since Blondie's birth were called upon to contribute songs for the record, thereby weaving their own way into the living, breathing story of the band, a group that directly affected their own genetic makeup.