Following a three year wait Tired Pony return this August with their sophomore album ‘The Ghost of The Mountain’, a 12 track LP featuring new single ‘All Things All At Once’.
The new single was given its exclusive worldwide first play this morning on Shaun Keavney’s BBC Radio 6music breakfast show, with Tired Pony/Snow Patrol frontman Gary Lightbody speaking to the shows’s Matt Everett about the forthcoming album and each member’s role in the recording including Peter Buck and Scott McCaughey.
Listen again to the track and interview at bbc.co.uk/6music (http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b036l05s) or listen to the full single on Tired Pony’s Soundcloud here. (http://soundcloud.com/tiredpony/all-things-all-at-once)
The Ghost of The Mountain will be released in the UK/Intl. on August 19th and in North America on October 1st on CD, Vinyl and Download.
Featuring the same core-cast of members that featured on the band’s critically-acclaimed debut album ‘The Place We Ran From’, the new release will also include appearances from Minnie Driver, Kim Topper and Bronagh Gallagher.
Driver provides the mesmerizing female voice on the album’s climactic ‘Your Way Is The Way Home’. It’s a sunshine record with bleak undertones. “The record makes you think one thing and feel another,” says Lightbody. Prepare to have your head and your heart pulled every which way.
Find out more information on the album and watch an exclusive trailer for it now at tiredpony.com. (http://tiredpony.com)