PONY showed off their "DIY" skills on their debut single for Buzz Records, and now the Toronto-based band have unveiled another new cut.
"Alone Tonight" once again hears the band blending fuzzed-out guitars with sugary bubblegum vocals, and as the title implies, the track deals with the transition from life in a cozy relationship to regaining one's identity as a single person.
"I wrote 'Alone Tonight' when I was in a super co-dependent/comfortable relationship," the band's Sam Bielanski said in a statement. "We would literally do the exact same thing every day, which included watching five or six episodes of Dragons' Den on Netflix. I realized that we had absolutely nothing to talk about anymore and we just watched TV all the time to kind of hide the fact that maybe we weren't 'meant to be.' It's very much about how in the end I realized being alone, as scary as it was at the time, was way better than settling for someone who I basically just watched TV with."
You can hear that realization come to life in musical form by giving "Alone Tonight" a listen below.
The track will appear along with "DIY" on the band's upcoming 7-inch, due out on May 12 through Buzz.