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Francis Vace – The Old Mare And The Sea | Album | Rock


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Shortly before we started the Horse Music Herald, Francis Vace released his first full album (of his current discography that hopefully won’t be deleted from Bandcamp any time soon) – Lost In A Pastel Hue. Now (okay, a couple of months ago) the time has come for a second full-length release. In a similar vein, The Old Mare And The Sea contains a variety of styles, draws from a few different influences, and contains solo work, collabs, and covers. We start off with upbeat pop-punk and ska solo pieces, followed by a long string of collaborative works and covers, with a couple more solo originals bookending the end of the album. In essence, the album works as a showcase for most of the different kind of styles, formats and types of song that you can find on Francis’s YouTube channel. So whether you follow his music for one particular style or for all of them, this album has something to offer everyone.

The Old Mare And The Sea is available to download on Francis Vace’s Bandcamp.

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Arkineer – What’n Town Nation | Soundtrack

Arkineer, formerly known as Senjan, is back with a new OST piece he made for the fan game Adventure of the Lunarbolts, and this time it’s a remix of one of the BGM tracks from the show, Applejack’s Speech! Giving a wonderful new life to the amazing track by beloved composer William Anderson, the remix could be considered a spiritual successor to InfinityDash’s BGM remixes from 6 years ago, and doesn’t fail to pay tribute to the lovely melodies of the original, with an awesome new accompaniment and progression. Long live OST!

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4EverfreeBrony – Even More Awesome Than Me (Death Cab for Cutie ponified) | Acoustic

Here’s a very sweet ponification from 4EverfreeBrony, as it wonderfully deals with the relationship between Rainbow Dash and Scootaloo and the feelings they have for each other! Covering the original song I Will Follow You Into The Dark by Death Cab for Cutie with brand new pony lyrics, this soft Acoustic graced by 4EverfreeBrony’s amazing vocals is a much welcome tribute to the characters and their depth!