Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock


Sounds like

Two Door Cinema Club, Phoenix, The Neighbourhood, Local Natives, Thrice


band members

Jarred Young, Sam Thomlinson, Isaac Chamberlain, Mark Webber, Cron Van Niekerk


Gig

Bad Pony

Strong impact coarse language and/or themes

6 May

Republic Bar

Hobart, 7000

Hobart

8:00pm

Gig

Bad Pony

Strong impact coarse language and/or themes

11 May

The Grace Emily Ho...

Adelaide, 5000

Adelaide

7:30pm

Gig

Bad Pony

Strong impact coarse language and/or themes

12 May

Yah Yah’s

Melbourne, 3065

Melbourne

8:00pm

Bio

Growing up and finding a place within the bustling city of Sydney is sure to instil in a band a sense of tirelessness and hard work, and it’s safe to say Bad Pony are one of, if not the hardest working band in Australia. They just don't stop!

Since releasing their debut EP 'Limbo' in 2015, the Sydney-based quintet has independently released three self-produced singles, all with national radio success. On the touring front, this premier indie outfit have clocked up thousands upon thousands of kilometres with three national tours since 2015 and an appearance at Music Matters, Singapore 2016.

Whilst even the most fanatical marathon runner would at least take a moment to stretch out their aching hamstrings, Bad Pony don't seem to show any signs of slowing down. After inking a publishing deal with Perfect Pitch Publishing as well as a booking deal with 123 Agency in 2016, the band have their sophomore EP, 'Deficiency' in the cooker to land into 2017 with a bang. This comes alongside plans to take their award-winning live show across the USA and Canada, with a showcase at Canadian Music Week before returning to their native land for more shows to make 2017 another huge success!

"Musically, ‘Deficiency’ is a leap forward for the band. Balancing grit with glam, the in-ya-face pop-electro confidence is built from a dominant — yet relatively sparse — grinding, mechanical rhythm, that bumps up against a more reflective side (“I’m sick of running out of time”), resembling a introspective nature that’s a far better fit for vocalist Jarred Young’s soulful tone." - Rolling Stone Australia, March 29, 2017

Review

Review by Dom Alessio Dom Alessio

07 Jul 2016

Triple J
35

There's an urgency to this that gives the song a real infectious energy.

There's an urgency to this that gives the song a real infectious energy.

Review

Review by Nat Tencic Nat Tencic

18 May 2016

Triple J
45

You guys rule, that is all.

You guys rule, that is all.

Review

Review by Max Quinn Max Quinn

17 May 2016

Triple J
35

Yeah it's real good! 1:30 is a long time to wait for a chorus, but you make it worth it.

Yeah it's real good! 1:30 is a long time to wait for a chorus, but you make it worth it.