It’s been a while since we heard anything from the UK’s New Young Pony Club, but they’re back with a new single, “You Used To Be A Man,” and attendant video. They’ve still got that nervous bubblegum pop thing going – Tahita Bulmer’s layered vocals walk a thin line between sexy and creepy as background synth drones and whistle-able, catchy riffs compete for attention with driving, complex beats. The video, directed by Laura Buckley, is fantastically weird, full of kaleidoscoping mirrors and shadows. Check it out.
New Young Pony Club: “You Used To Be A Man”
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