Dead Pony delivered a riveting performance bursting with unbridled energy at The Tooth & Claw in Inverness.

The Glaswegian post-punkers served up a raucous and electrifying set, led by the dynamic Anna Shields, who energetically navigated the small stage in a packed out sweatbox. The charisma on stage and their rapport with one another was truly remarkable. Dead Pony easily ranks among one of the current top live acts to see, so be on the lookout for a chance to witness their magnetic presence.

Dead Pony were supported by fellow Glasgow punk-rock band, Soapbox who delivered an intense set with every track bolder and more fervent than the last.

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Listen to Dead Pony’s latest single, “Cobra”: