Producer SOPHIE releases “Ponyboy,” an aggressive track personified into the sub/dom cultured world. Just in time for the holiday season, right?
The producer has dropped her newest single “Ponyboy” off her highly anticipated second studio album. The track takes an aggressive left turn in comparison to her softer single “It’s Okay To Cry.” It embodies the familiar feeling we’d get when listening to classics like “Hard” taken from her previous album “PRODUCT.” This is the SOPHIE that most of us are familiar with: the dirty, wet, industrial, destroy-your-ear-drums track that fails to be generic in melody. Taking note that she produces music that actively mimic sounds of the real world, there’s no doubt that you’d feel as though you’re dressed in latex from head-to-toe. “Ponyboy”’s instrumentals come from a place of familiarity when you know SOPHIE and not from personal experience. Certain sounds not only make for a great textured kick, but also simulate the foreplay thats lyrically described between each verse.