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Boomkat Product Review:
Apparently, Londoners The Pony Collaboration see themselves as providing a British take on Americana, which is not only quite the contradiction in terms, but a statement that doesn’t do them nearly the justice they deserve. This debut album of sweet, very English sounding pop features an expansive line-up of players and orchestral instrumentation, with a luscious string section on hand throughout the record to enhance emotional clobber at key moments. Although seldom extending beyond the vein of rich chamber pop they’ve tapped into, The Pony Collaboration work electronics into their opener, with some digitally pulverised beats providing a grimy backdrop for the piano, acoustic guitar and viola that constitute ‘Coming Clean’’s main body. Further into the album, the glockenspiel and boy-girl vocals of ‘If Your Love Dies’ are achingly sweet, with lazy handclaps guiding the song to its amiable chorus. Lovely.