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Biography

Not to be confused with the band from Portland, Oregon that was on Sub Pop in the '90s, Australia's Pond were conceived by two members of Tame Impala's touring group, guitarist Nick Allbrook and drummer Jay Watson, along with Joseph Orion and Jamie Terry. Like Tame Impala, Pond experiment with psychedelia in their fuzzy, modern brand of glam pop. After limited editions of 2008's Psychedelic Mango and 2009's Corridors of Blissterday went unnoticed, their third studio album, Frond, was released on Hole in the Sky in 2010, and trailing the success of Innerspeaker, Pond became a high-profile buzz band. The follow-up, Beard, Wives, Denim, was released on Tame Impala's Modular Records in 2012, and by the end of May 2013 Allbrook had played his final show with the Kevin Parker-fronted act. This enabled him to focus on the promotion of Pond's succinct and dark fifth album, Hobo Rocket, among other projects. In 2014 the band holed up in a small studio for a period of weeks, producing their far more colorful, triumphant and unexpectedly funky sixth album Man It Feels Like Space Again. The album title allegedly was muttered in an altered state of consciousness by Orion during the album's tracking. The record was released in January of 2015 to largely positive, sometimes pleasantly baffled reviews. ~ Jason Lymangrover

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Formed:

Australia

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Years Active:

'00s, '10s

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