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Single Review “Invisible Stranger” by The PondHawks

The Chicago Indie-Pop artists The PondHawks have just released their Brave new single, “Invisible Stranger.” Frightened themselves by the planet’s surreal situations, Jorie Gracen and Mario Novelli came up with a creative way to deal with “Invisible Stranger.” 

The PondHawks are a rising Indie band with a huge presence on social media and huge fan base. Born in 2007, the faction has managed to captivate a worldwide audience. With their supreme harmonies, unique instrumentals and creatively decadent lyrics, they have unleashed a massive buzz and a unique energy. In a recent outdoor concert they managed to secure the presence of over 8,000 fans, which continue to grow. The PondHawks are one of the top, if not the top-rated indie band in America. 

“Invisible Stranger” is a rhythmic anthem representing the world’s present unrest. Another timeless musical harmonic masterpiece, the PondHawks continue to grow in popularity. The song makes a dark statement that really brings our situation home. However, through the darkness you also celebrate a light at the end of the tunnel through the instrumental gaiety of the track. 

The PondHawks have an undeniable sound owned only by them. It’s brave, it’s bold, it dazzles and it’s message driven. “Invisible Stranger” makes a statement and so do The PondHawks. They are most definitely a band to keep your eye on…. 

5/5 Stars 

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Review by Addison Coleman



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