TRACK REVIEW: Pit Pony – Accidental Doom | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Long before the release of their acclaimed debut album World To Me and the accompanying and justified plaudits, Pit Pony have consistently been on an upward trajectory. It’s due to hard graft, but I’m sure is equally gratifying in return.

Within this praise however come unnecessary judgements from some quarters. Accidental Doom addresses this point head on with singer Jackie commenting on the exposing nature of being centre stage, particularly as a woman in music, and how the mere thought of judgement should be enough to make you think before you speak. Musically, Pit Pony are as adrenaline-fuelled as ever. The quiet intro and false ending in the song’s latter half are playful, but it’s the honesty and energy that sells their message so powerfully.


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