POND have shared the unpredictably brilliant six minute album opener ‘Daisy’. The track begins with a mournful string section, before the curtains come back on an alt-pop anthem that sees Allbrook imagining his childhood friends and family clad in chains. POND have today shared the unpredictably brilliant six minute album opener ‘Daisy’, along with captivating visuals, directed by Jesse Taylor Smith who previously created the video for 2015’s ‘Man, It Feels Like Space Again’. Filmed in Victoria, Australia, the video details some of the themes of the record, opening with the words “We respectfully acknowledge the Kulin and Nyoongar Nations, the traditional custodians of the land where this film was shot”.


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