VIDEO: INTERVIEW – Pond Talk Recording New Material, Hip-Hop Influence

Just last month, Pond released new music with the track, "Burnt Out Star," out now via Interscope Records, their first new material since the acclaimed album The Weather that came out out last year. The Weather was the band's seventh studio album and garnered immense critical praise and was produced by Kevin Parker of Tame Impala. The band has been on tour off and on since the release of the album, having played numerous festivals including Coachella, Primavera and End of The Road in 2017 and this year's Bonnaroo and Shaky Knees in the U.S. The band

PREVIEW: Boston Calling Artists To See, New Additions Include Film Festival, New Food Vendors

Memorial Day Weekend in Boston has become synonymous with Boston Calling and the strong lineup of musical artists. This year’s lineup will take place for the second consecutive year at the Harvard Athletic Complex in Allston May 25th-27th and is headlined by Eminem, The Killers, and Jack White along with Queens of the Stone Age, The National, Paramore, Tyler, The Creator, Khalid, Mike D of Beastie Boys, Portugal. The Man, Fleet Foxes, St. Vincent, The Decemberists, Brockhampton, Maggie Rogers, Royal Blood, Manchester Orchestra, Daniel Caesar, Thundercat, Stormzy, Pussy Riot, Julien Baker, and many more. The lineup also features local and


Australian band Pond came together in 2008, the band was created by two members of the band Tame Impala. Pond consists of Nick Albrook (guitarist) and Jay Watson (drummer) - both from Tame Impala, along with Joseph Orion, Jamie Terry, and Cam Avery. The idea behind the band was that everyone in it could play what instrument they wanted in a collaborative music project. Their debut album Psychedelic Mango, was released in 2009 as well as another album called Corridors of Blissterday, which was completed in 5 days and recorded live with an 8 piece band. Their third album Frond was