PONY BOY REVEALS "WHEN TOMORROW NEVER COMES" VIDEO VIA ELMORE. DEBUT ALBUM BLUE GOLD OUT NOW
Today Pony Boy premieres the new video for “When Tomorrow Never Comes” via Elmore Magazine.
Directed by fine art photographers Joaquin Trujillio and Brian Paumier (who shot Blue Gold album art) this past July in Trujillio's hometown of Jerez and Zacatecas, Mexico, this is the latest stunning reveal from Pony Boy’s debut album Blue Gold (out now via Nashville imprint Cosmic Thug Records).
Blue Gold inhabits a dream state between art rock and alt-country, swaying between hope and lament, her velvety voice punctuated with sharp edges.
Still, great humanistic soul belies her feminist punk ethos. “I love the intimacy of singer-songwriter records, dimensions to your voice, people who don’t exist in a scene,” she says. The fact that Pony Boy (real name Marchelle Bradanini) and her English writer/director husband lived between Nashville, England and Australia, during the formation of Blue Gold, in turn, lends a sprawling feel to her tracks.
The first single off Blue Gold “Marquee Man” is a smoky and seductive satire about an actor with an ego that is so inflated; he’s a legend in his own mind. Combining her signature sultry vocals with subversive feminist lyrics, the bluesy lead single is one of many gems to be found on the album.
A sense of flight and modern nomadism is manifested throughout Blue Gold including the ambling, guitar-kissed “Metal Dreams” which was the first taste revealed from the album and premiered via Black Book.
Blue Gold follows the release of Pony Boy’s breakout 2014 EP The Devil In Me.
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