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Dead Pony have released a new video for 'Sharp Tongues'

The Glasgow pair made the clip themselves.
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Published: 4:28 pm, September 10, 2020
Dead Pony have released a new video for 'Sharp Tongues'

Glasgow post-punks Dead Pony have released a new video for 'Sharp Tongues'.

A song about meanies who gossip and start rumours, the clip sees the duo visit an abandoned greenhouse.

"We had to think outside the box with this video, as we were very limited with resources and indoor space due to COVID," they explain.

"The self-made video truly reflects the anger and violence behind the song and is amplified with the broken and sharp architecture of the greenhouse’s rusting structure. The idea behind the video was to create something that similarly resembled a live performance while still projecting and expressing the angst, bitterness and fury behind the song.

"Five hours and many nettle stings later, we had created a video that reflects the messages in Sharp Tongues."

Give it a watch below.

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