Chicago's Ponys follow their two critically acclaimed albums with their Matador debut. A classic twin-guitar rock band fronted by impassioned vocals, with songwriting ranging from psych jams to pounding rockers to twisted singer/songwriter material, evoking influences from Television and Dream Syndicate to The Only Ones and The Jesus And Mary Chain. "Turn The Lights Out" is denser, noisier, and more f-ed up than its predecessors, and sounds bigger to boot. The complex interplay between the guitars and the reverb-drenched vox and keys emerges more effectively than ever before. "A dirty-sounding mess of post-punk choppiness and timeless teenage snarling" - NME.