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Download/Stream: Pond New Single ‘Moth Wings’ For Free

Written by Brayden Darke on February 8, 2012

Conceived under a mulberry tree in Daglish, Western Australia, Joseph Ryan, Nick Allbrook and Jay Watson aka. Pond are sharing their highly anticipated second single Moth Wings from the band’s fourth record Beard Wives Denim.

With the entire album being recorded over two weeks in a ramshackle farmhouse in Western Australia, Moth Wings is said to have, quite literally, broken the band’s ‘mid-recording cabin fever’, and it’s easy to see why. The single is both catchy and energetic, done in such a way that stays true to the band’s unique and psychedelic sound.

Beard Wives Denim is out 2nd March.

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