The PondHawks Tell About the “Invisible Stranger”

Chicago based pop duo The PondHawks released the relentlessly relevant song of warning and inspiration entitled “Invisible Stranger.” Although it was originally released at the beginning of the pandemic with the second wave upon us and the mutant strains knocking at our door this song is even more relevant now.

With facets of dynamic synth band extraordinary harmonies, the song tells a story as most of the groups songs do. Sometimes being brave can make us so afraid is a component of their story. Jorie Gracen, applauded for her keys and harmony compliments Mario Novelli’s lead singing and guitar. The duo has a tremendously full sound, almost as if an entire Orchestra is there to back them. Their influence comes from the Beatles and ELO which is also a relevant factor in the music.

The band has over 600,000 followers, a great score card on reverb nation and was nominated for a Grammy. Their live performances have a history of sell-outs and their social media is brimming with fans. The PondHawks have made their musical mark In the indie industry as story tellers and great musicians with colorful contributions to the song writing community. All well deserved. “Invisible Stranger” is apt to go down as a shining light in a dark period,.although they have been around for more than a minute, I believe they are on their way to becoming a household name…..

5/5 Stars

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Listen to “Invisible Stranger” by The PondHawks on Reverbnation here:

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