Sunday, February 17

Pony Time @ Holland


Seattle's Pony Time Return With Their Latest LP "Go Find Your Own" Out 2/19 on Per Se Records!

Their new video for "Geordie" Premiered On VICE!

Download & Share Pony Time's New Single "Because I Care" Premiered on SPIN  -


Described by VICE as a "legitimately fun and GOOD band," the Seattle duo Pony Time are gearing up for the release of their latest full-length record, "Go Find Your Own," out February 19th and backed by an accompanying 16-date tour. While Pony Time has some vintage facets (thick reverb, early-sixties rough rock melodies), they're undoubtedly contemporary—and local. Their songs are sonic slices of Seattle rock right now. Hints of Pacific Northwest past gleam through in riot grrrl beats, Sonics garage grit, and low logger truck tones.

Download and share the album's lead single, "What If You Caught Me."
Press Photos & More Info About Pony Time!

About Pony Time:
A two-piece garage rock band from Seattle, WA, Pony Time is: Luke Beetham, a Seattle native, on bass/baritone guitar/vocals and Stacy Peck,an Iowa transplant, on drums. The two met helping a mutual friend move a stereo back in 2009. They started playing their unique brand of danceable punk music together soon after. Bands that make them tick include: Gary Numan, Bo Diddley, The Milkshakes, The Breeders, and Fleetwood Mac.

The duo has gone on three tours, released the cassette "Pony Time Can Drink 100 Wine Coolers (on Don't Stop Believin' Records)" and a self-titled six song EP in late 2011 (on Per Se Records). Their latest release, "Go Find Your Own," features twelve new songs and a "more driving, aggressive sound." Plus: Instrument switching!

"Go Find Your Own" — offered on vinyl, CD, and digital download by Per Se Records—was recorded by Don Farwell at Earwig Studio over the span of a year, and will be distributed by Light In The Attic Records. With track titles like "Geordie," "Lesbian Mayor," and "Kathleen Hanna," the record shows Pony Time's playful relationship to pop culture. Sure, Pony Time shows are sticky, good time dance parties, but the band also cares a lot about: Star Trek the Next Generation, LGBTQ rights, feminism, hair pomade, cats, and candy.

Tour Dates:
02.22.13 - Seattle, WA @ The Black Lodge - Album Release Show!
03.06.13 - Portland, OR @  East End
03.07.13 - Eureka, CA @ The Shanty
03.08.13 - San Francisco, CA @ Hemlock Tavern
03.09.13 - Reno, NV @ Holland Project
03.10.13 - Los Angeles, CA @ TBA
03.11.13 - San Diego, CA @ The Shakedown
03.12.13 -  Phoenix, AZ @ Select.Stateside Presents
03.13.13 - TX @  TBA
03.14.13 - Austin, TX @ SXSW
03.15.13 - Austin, TX @ SXSW
03.16.13 - Austin, TX @ SXSW
03.19.13 - Wichita, KS @ Rock Island Live
03.19.13 - Denver, CO @ Mouth House
03.20.13 - Salt Lake City, UT @ TBA
03.21.13 - Boise, ID @ Treefort Music Festival
03.22.13 - Portland, OR  @  The Know

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