Do you love indie-folk music? The Show Ponies have just released a spectacular new album that is sure to please you.
Comprising members Clayton Chaney (lead vocals, bass), Andi Carder (lead vocals, banjo), Jason Harris (vocals, guitar), Philip Glenn (fiddle), Kevin Brown (drums), The Show Ponies have garnered over 14 million Spotify plays between their two previous releases We're Not Lost and Run For Your Life, and with the release of their latest project are sure to grow that play number significantly.
Produced by Andy Freeman (Eisley/Manchester Orchestra, Rocketboys), How It All Goes Down is, interestingly, an intriguing reflection on the end of the world, taking the listener on a journey through 13 tracks of beautiful, soul-satisfying, fiddle-driven folk. About working with Freeman, lead vocalist Andi Carder said: "Andy has been an integral part of making this album what it is. His involvement and direction from the get-go not only helped shape a lot of the songs on the album, but also helped inspire some of the songs. His attentiveness during the recording process created a space for us to do what we do best. This album is more than just recordings of the best takes we could give; it's an emotional, raw, genuine performance thanks to him."
The album is available now on digital platforms like iTunes. Check out their upcoming tour dates below and be sure to follow The Show Ponies on social media:
2/23: Seattle, WA @ The Tractor Tavern
2/24: Bellingham, WA @ The Green Frog
2/25: Prosser, WA @ Brewminatti
2/27: Wenatchee, WA @ Mela Coffee Roasting
3/01: Bend, OR @ Volcanic Theatre Pub
3/02: Redding, CA @ Vintage Wine Bar
3/03: San Francisco, CA @ Great American Music Hall *
3/04: Crystal Bay, NV @ Crystal Bay Club Casino
3/12: Pismo Beach, CA @ The Cliffs Resort
3/17: Cortez, CO @ Sunflower Theatre
3/25: Springfield, MO @ The Gallery of the Gilloiz Theater
3/26: Fayetteville, AR @ George’s Majestic Lounge
* supporting Steep Ravine
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