TUNE Pit Pony - Sulk
Tyneside rock outfit Pit Pony are back with ’Sulk’, the first in a series of heavier singles the guys are releasing through this year recorded at Pigsx7’s Blank Studios.
Inspired by the success of breakthrough debut single ‘Osaka’ last year, which was featured by BBC Radio 1, added to the playlist at BBC Radio 6 Music and made Track Of The Week by BBC Introducing, the band ramped up the sound with bigger, grungier guitars and punk-influenced song writing.
With singer Jackie Purver's fearsome vocals at centre stage, the band’s raucous and infectious sound draws comparisons to the likes of Wolf Alice, Estrons, Slaves, Annabel Allum and Dream Wife.
“Although the ‘i wanna go out tonight’ sentiment has never rung truer during lockdown, Sulk was actually written before it started” says Purver. “It’s about love/hate relationships and being stubborn. A bit like a ‘between the devil and the deep blue sea’ relationship when you want to be independent but underneath you realise you need other people. I suppose it has a lockdown nod in that sense as we’ve all realised how we miss one another and have been reaching out to friends and family.”
Pit Pony are Jackie (Vocals), Garth (Guitar), Joey (Drums), Andrew P (Bass) and Andrew J (Lead guitar).
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