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Band Members[edit]

Scott Clarke- vocals, guitar and the band's producer

Mikey Tree- guitar

Steven Clarke- drums


OriginCroydon London England
Years active2017-present
Associated actsBears in Trees
MembersScott Clarke

Mikey Tree

Steven Tree


favourite (2017)[edit]

track listing:[1]

3."it's so nice outside"3:28
Total length:15:00

Deluxe edition

5."big small town (demo)"3:47
6."better way (demo)"3:21
7."glowing (demo)"4:34
8."better way (hZA remix)"3:11
9."better way (pet yeti remix)"1:40
10."better way (Abercomby remix)"4:10

tourist (2020)[edit]

Deafpony released tourist on 13 March 2020. Before, the release of the EP, the band released the single 'comatose' on 4 October 2019. The single was also released alongside remixes of the song one of which was remixed by George Berry of Bears in Trees [2]

track listing:[3]

1."one more night"3:22
4."big small town"3:17
Total length:18:30


Some new bruises to share (2020)[edit]

'Some new bruises' to share was released May 1 2020. In contrast to the bands previous EP's which focused on 'dealing with the struggles of suffering through mental health problems'

Some new bruises to share 'instead focuses on the poor coping mechanisms of the band.' [4]

Break me (2020)[edit]

break me was released on 23 October 2020 and the single differs from Deafpony's previous releases. ''It’s definitely a more upbeat, positive song than we’re used to putting out'' The release of break me hailed a new era as '' [their] older songs have been more about mental health and struggles associated with that, but this is probably the first song that’s optimistic and spends more time looking forwards rather than backwards'' [5]

I was talking so loud (2021)[edit]

I was talking so loud was released January 8, 2021. Once again Deafpony tackle mental health issues with their track 'I was talking so loud' as it ''tackles anxiety and the subsequent attacks it can often lead to.'' [6]

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  1. "favourite (Deluxe Edition)". deafpony. Retrieved 2021-05-17.
  2. "comatose, by deafpony". deafpony. Retrieved 2021-05-17.
  3. "Tourist EP". deafpony. Retrieved 2021-05-17.
  4. Claudia (2020-05-31). "Deafpony – Some New Bruises To Share (2020)". The Other Side Reviews. Retrieved 2021-05-17.
  5. Harris, Emily (2020-11-25). "An Interview with Deafpony". Retrieved 2021-05-17.
  6. "New Music | deafpony - I Was Talking So Loud". Clunk Magazine. 2021-01-15. Retrieved 2021-05-17.