The last of the Eternal pre-releases, and it’s a good one! Francis Vace teams up with his usual ska punk fare, with PegasYs joining him on vocals this time. While all the familiar elements of ska punk are recognisable in his sound, the track is laced with 8-bit sounding synths to complete the piece. With great references to Autumn Blaze and her all too familiar song that needs no introduction, this is a piece you can’t pass up. Eternal releases on October 6th!
Just the kind of pony songs that I love, this new masterpiece from Shal Music FX is enacting such a lovely story and Equestrian message, courtesy of Pinkie who cheers Fizzlepop up! Magpiepony and Truesailorcomet are doing wonders at voicing these characters, and a lot of gang singers contributed through a background choir as well! The upbeat and very show-like musical genre is so cute, and this collab is just perfect! We’re sending you all of our love, Fizzlepop!
(You can hear classic Open Skies Here, and the Francis Wide Skies cover Here, This cover is a combo of both songs.)
My Celestia, how could I have missed such an inspiring song in this fandom! Shame on this dragon pony. If you liked how uplifting the original was. The kind of fandom song that makes tears form in your eyes. Then Evdog adds just bit more to the mix. The lyrics are still there, but its the added Hip-Hop that makes it much more special. The new lyrics now speak for Scoots as she learned how to fly. How she never look back. However, my friends listen to those words. Those words can be used in all walks of life itself. Just picture yourself overcoming your own odds in life. The music itself has this reggae vibe to it. Delightly it fits pretty well with the uplifting mood. Hip-Hop has always been a form of music that is best when it’s done with meaning, and songs such as this are proof. Judge for yourself as always.
The fandom’s leading purveyor of pony ska is back with the kind of charm and humor that only Francis Vace could write. Molt is a silly telling of the process that gave Spike wings, told from his first-dragon perspective. This upbeat and catchy track features a back and forth of traditional organ and brass ska sections and the more pop punk themed choruses. Whether it’s the electric guitars, the bouncy organ, or Vace’s unmistakable vocals, this song will have you grooving along!
It’s refreshing to get an instrumental piece from Quicksilver, and no I’m not saying that because of that pool artwork picked by P@D as the cover art for it! The joy and lighthearted-ness of the moment sure does fit the music, with our beloved ska-punk musician doing wonders with those Surf Rock-like guitar melodies and the upbeat atmosphere all around! But of course the track still expresses loudly that heavy power of rock music with some energetic riffs! And if you know the musician, you can bet it has some lovely pony theme behind it! A tasty gem, from Ponies at Dawn Skyward!
Covering classics will never get old, and Francis Vace already showed us his affection for such classics in the past with notably the album Souvenirs! One more leap in the past to bring forth a creative cover, this new take on PhonyBrony and Feather‘s famous track I’ll Show You My Loyalty is as lovely as it gets, with our beloved Ska musician acing his signature style once more and singing amazing vocals to melt the heart.
The original Breathing Space from DJT and Rusyd Rosman might be a contestant for most remixed and covered song of the last few years in the community, and it’s so good to get our beloved Francis Vace‘s own spin on it! Along with delightful Ska elements as well as tasty aggressive guitar riffs to bring those Punk vibes, Francis graces the cover with his amazing vocals, bringing in much power in pure rock spirit as well as much emotion. Available as part of Ponies at Dawn Enigma!
Francis Vace has been on a roll right lately and this time he brought quite the crew aboard his ship! Re-imagining the hit song from the movie in a creative way, Vace utilizes his stylistic horn section to create an upbeat ska style. Each of the singers add a fun, enthusiasm to the track, and make it impossible not to bounce along while listening!
The Spectacle never ends! Francis Vace enters the stage and performs a lovely and refined Ska cover of Rara’s hit under the Countess Coloratura name. Full of the musician’s signature musical style, the cover is also a wonderful playground to showcase the extent of his vocal talent, featuring incredibly sincere and strong vocals in more ways than one. The “two-thirds time” part near the end is very creative as well and contributes to the many wonders of this perfect cover. One More!
Covering one of the very best classics of P@D, Francis Vace gives to the amazing EDM anthem his classic ska vibes with the funny bass and the typical vocal performance of Vace! You did great here Vace, keep doing your thing!