Dead Pony to play Inverness

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Scottish grunge punk-rock band Dead Pony is set to perform at Tooth & Claw in Inverness on September 6th, 2023.

The band consists of Anna Shields (singer and guitarist), Blair Crichton (lead guitar and backing vocals), Liam Adams (bass), and Aidan McAllister (drums).

Known for their grungy punk-rock sound, Dead Pony has been praised by Upset Magazine for embodying the true spirit of the genre. They have already made a mark on 2023 by performing at SXSW following this up with various festivals, including Belladrum 23. You will also be able to catch them as they support CHVRCHES on their UK tour later in the year.

They are a confident, no holds barred four piece. From start to finish there is no let up. You set the bar high when you place a band as good as this as the opening act.

Review of Dead Pony opening for Twin Atlantic at the Ironworks.

Dead Pony’s musical influences range from contemporary pop icons like Dua Lipa, Ariana Grande, and Kylie Minogue to alternative rock bands such as Wolf Alice, Nirvana, and Hinds.
This eclectic fusion of influences gives birth to their unparalleled grooves and funky flair, shaping their infectious sound and undeniable style.

2023 marks the year of Dead Pony’s debut headline tour, signifying an exciting milestone in their career. Fans can expect energetic performances and a showcase of their grunge-infused punk-rock anthems.

With their impressive live shows and a growing fanbase, Dead Pony is poised to make a an even bigger impact on the music scene. Their fusion of contemporary pop sensibilities with raw and gritty rock elements sets them apart and makes them a band to watch out for.

Dead Pony Tickets can be bought here.

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Chris Lemon
Chris Lemon
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