From the dark reaches of rock culture underground, Shiteland Ponies dive head first into the morose, fluid power of riff and burn, a cross culture exchange of midnight shoe gaze , blast driven rock and sneering presentation. Song master and guitarist G. Alan Santalesa infuses his lust for 90s British downer pop with a more expansive European outlook: icy, distant yet inviting and warm, a possible result of singer Tony Snow, whose direct, pointed vocals drag you into the sonic mire. A lice of slithering glam, alongside some heavy 60s flourishes, make this a modern rock n' roll band with an expansive reach, a place in the sun for all, gravitational audio attractions begging to be understood through the pulsing bass Dat T. Ngo kicks forth, a connected oneness with drummer Mark Benquenchea, responding in kind to each other, furthering the sweat drenched beat cool these late night tales express fully. Tapping into the power as much as the groove as much as the fix of rock n' roll's finer points, stream lining everything from power pop to paisley underground to garage rock, Shiteland Ponies are a band destined to get you somewhere in your head as much as your heart, body and soul. The rest is up to you.