Dead Pony Release Colourful Video For ‘Rainbows’

Glasgow’s Dead Pony have released a vibrant new video for their latest single, ‘Rainbows’.

The track is the most recent cut from the band’s forthcoming debut album, ‘Ignore This’, which arrives this Friday, April 05.

Speaking about the track ‘Rainbows’ upon its release, the band’s frontwoman Anna Shields shared:

“‘Rainbows’ is a song about loving yourself. Growing up as a teenager, I always felt like a bit of an outcast and I never felt comfortable in my own skin. 

“It’s only as I’ve gotten older, I’ve realised that being true to yourself is the most beautiful thing that you can be and that you don’t need to fit the mould to be worthy of loving who you are.”

“This song is for 13 year old Anna and all of the other people out there who haven’t yet realised that their differences are beautiful. Just remember, no matter how bleak things may seem, Rainbows always come and things always get better.”

Have a listen to the track via its brand-new video below.

As well as ‘Rainbows’, the band have previously teased their new album via the release of singles ‘MK Nothing’, ‘Mana’, ‘Cobra’ and ‘About Love’.

Speaking about the full-length, 16-track record and its impetus, the band’s guitarist and composer Blair Crichton has shared:

“As a band, we’ve experienced an awful lot of being ignored. We really don’t like that. So we set about making a debut LP so good that people had to pay attention. It’s a record that literally dares people to ‘Ignore THIS…’”

See the full tracklisting and album artwork below.

1. the antagonist is ignorance
3. MK Nothing
5. About Love
6. myself
9. I might die.
10. tedious and bleak
12. Bad Girlfriend
13. X-Rated
14. White Rabbit
15. Faces On The Wall
16. Motor City Mad Man

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