OUT NOW: ‘graduation’ from deafpony

‘graduation’ out now​


OUT NOW: deafpony has released ‘graduation’, their second single of the year. Inspired by dropping out of university after a bad break-up, working a dead-end 9-5 job and wanting to pursue music again, ‘graduation’ deals with the anxieties of messing up and trying to find stability in life.

deafpony is a three-piece indie rock band, consisting of Scott Clarke (lead vocals, guitar, bass, production), and brothers Mikey Tree (guitar, bass, backing vocals), and Steven Tree (drums, percussion, backing vocals). Self-proclaimed social media addicts and vegan sausage roll eaters from South London, deafpony write dreamy indie music about breakups, birthday parties and processing severe mental health problems. Previously described as “ethereal” and “a cacophony”, their music draws influences from guitar-driven UK indie acts like Bombay Bicycle Club and Foals, fused with the pop sensibilities of bands like Fickle Friends.
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