The Pons | In the Belly of a Giant

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In the Belly of a Giant

by The Pons

The debut release from this Austin Texas trio is a conceptual masterpiece and offers some of the greatest songs ever written.
Genre: Rock: American Underground
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Wherever You Are
5:10 album only
2. Giant
3:52 album only
3. Wake Up Call
5:19 album only
4. Let\'s Drink
2:59 album only
5. She\'s the One
3:52 album only
6. Ripple to Wave
3:44 album only
7. Brace Yourself
2:32 album only
8. Blackhawk
4:08 album only
9. Metal Heart
4:25 album only
10. Peace on Earth
3:33 album only


Album Notes
Music of the most undistilled potency understands that the attempt to
walk avenues of truth and light will undoubtedly also lead to
alley ways of lies and darkness, demanding the exploration of our
most morbid curiosities. And it is these greatest of traffickers
in poetry, melody and rhythm that lead the listener to the landscape
of this delicate balance - where love waits in the shadow of hatred,
why peace is shaped on the wings of war, and how joy is sewn into the
fabric of struggle.

As lines are drawn for deeper, angrier boundaries to please gods
of history and money that seem to revel in lost hope and continued division, these songs act as reminders.
Where the battle victorious today taste the palpable sting of disappointment and defeat tomorrow.
And that all the living will die, taking nothing with us; instead,
leaving behind beautiful messes of brilliant mistakes.

Fearless pop for the postmodern world
Welcome to the debut long player of The Pons.

Foreword by Chris Grady



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lee howard

In the Belly of a Giant is an incredible CD. The music has arms that envelop and takes you away.