The Pondhawks | Dreaming Over Ireland

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Dreaming Over Ireland

by The Pondhawks

This band has a unique contemporary retro rock sound with signature vocal harmonies reminiscent of The Beatles, ELO and Wings.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Dreaming Over Ireland
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2. Sun Rain
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3. Drive
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4. The Raven Flies Away
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The PondHawks are an original band from Chicago who are changing the style of pop/rock music. Catchy melodies are exhilaratingly fresh and Beatlesque. The band has a unique contemporary retro rock sound with signature vocal harmonies reminiscent of The Beatles, ELO and Wings. The band's arsenal of music takes the listener on an eclectic journey into indie rock spirited by classic rock influences that transcend the boundaries of contemporary music. You could say The PondHawks have created a new music genre.

“The PondHawks are literally THE band to watch in 2012, major label deal or no deal. The band exudes a Beatlesque vibe that I haven’t heard many bands today offering. The vocal harmonies take you on a real ride full of twists and turns and I'm actually sitting here trying to figure out how they actually harmonized all of those vocal spirals? This is freaking awesome!” – I Am Entertainment Magazine

“The PondHawks are light years ahead of most new artists... The amazing thing to me is the feeling of how badly this music was needed. It’s been longer than I can remember since an album has so strongly resonated with me. When I get new music at KPOV, I listen to some and decide whether they should get airplay. I then play The PondHawks right afterwards, and there is no comparison.”
-- Tom Jasper - KPOV 106.7 FM (Bend, OR)

“The PondHawks have embraced the Liverpool pop sound and have created a tasty slab of original songs that while fresh, have a familiar feel. Infectious hooks, playful lyrics and spirited playing, nice male/female vocal harmonies, coupled with bright production and a vibrant approach...” – Tom Lounges, Northwest Indiana Times

“The PondHawks! WOW! Innovative, unabashed, catchy, interesting, even kooky (in a great way), and always consummately professional in all five-part harmony!” – Thomas Gilding, Station Manager - WBSD-FM 89.1 Milwaukee, WI

“The PondHawks have a contemporary pop sound that merges happily with an unforgettable past. Dance to it, sing to it and revel in it. It's pop on the rocks that requires no chaser. Heavily influenced by the Fab Four, Clapton, Hendrix and the miraculous range of Roy Orbison, the band has infused indie pop with sophisticated, bright tonalities, shimmering harmonies and themes that touch on frothy romance and fantasy. Their outstanding oeuvre encompasses levity, handclaps and ‘Sergeant Pepper’-esque kitsch.”
– Lisa Torem - Penny Black Music (UK)

“The PondHawks, a tremendous five-piece with stunning melodies, harmonies, and energy... the true trifecta of the IPO ethos! Love 'em!! One of my fave bands at the IPO. Their songs keep rising on various charts, and for good reason, because they rock the British inflected, ‘60s influenced pop music! Some British influences, some U.S. influences, but their stock in trade are their wonderful male/female harmonies and sparkling hooks!” 
– David Bash, CEO promoter of the International Pop Overthrow Tour


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