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Ponyboy Mpls / Press

“Part garage punk, part rockabilly, the Minneapolis four-piece Ponyboy has figured out a way to play fast and hard with a pop leaning. Some of the credit undoubtedly lies in lead singer Leilani Christopherson, whose rough fervid, belt-out vocals are ready for a wide range of material. But that’s not where the buck stops for Ponyboy at all; each member has hewn in on a way to marry quick fire shredding and breakneck rhythmic speed with a sort of overarching salute to the old. Ponyboy’s like a “what if” comic book where Wanda Jackson joins the punk band Zeke to record an album, and that guy from Face To Face produces it. Now who wouldn’t read the shit out of that?”

“Part garage punk, part rockabilly, the Minneapolis four-piece Ponyboy has figured out a way to play fast and hard with a pop leaning. Some of the credit undoubtedly lies in lead singer Leilani Christopherson, whose rough fervid, belt-out vocals are ready for a wide range of material. But that’s not where the buck stops for Ponyboy at all; each member has hewn in on a way to marry quick fire shredding and breakneck rhythmic speed with a sort of overarching salute to the old. Ponyboy’s like a “what if” comic book where Wanda Jackson joins the punk band Zeke to record an album, and that guy from Face To Face produces it. Now who wouldn’t read the shit out of that?”

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