In 2015 Caitlin Harnett and the Pony Boys formed and have since played a number of shows including two USA tours with SUSTO and The High Divers and supported the likes of Tony Joe White, Hurray For The Riff Raff, The Nude Party and The Felice Brothers.

Following the successful release of their latest single ‘Make You Feel Blue’ Caitlin Harnett & The Pony Boys have been carving out their own rabid fanbase and a reputation of raucous live shows.

Caitlin Harnett & The Pony Boys were named FBi’s Independent Artist of the Week and have recently been announced on this years Bad Friday lineup sharing the stage with Pond, Twin Peaks, Shady Nasty and Hayley Mary. In March Caitlin Harnett & The Pony Boys will be heading to Melbourne to play Meadow Fest alongside Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, Donny Benet, Angie McMahon, 100 and more. 

Caitlin Harnett & The Pony Boys will be releasing their next single Five Am on March 27th. The track was recorded live over a day in the living room of Joseph Ireland (The Middle East, Joseph Liddy & The Skeleton Horse) and features Andy Golledge on backing vocals.

Their new record is set to be released in July this year. Layered with saxophone and jangly electric guitars Caitlin Harnett & The Pony Boys are reviving 70’s Americana in all its glory, but with a modern twist.

Lead singer Caitlin Harnett fills the void that is a distinct lack of alt-country in Sydney’s music scene. Whether you’re in the big smoke or by the water, this track is bound to become an instant addition to your summer playlist.” FBi Radio

“Caitlin Harnett & The Pony Boy’s are no stranger to any inner-west music fan. Serving up dynamic alt-country that feels right at home in Tamworth, Nashville or an inner-west house party!” Bad Friday

“The Sydney-sider’s single “Make You Feel Blue’ is knock-your-socks-off material. Has there been a sad song thats made us happier in recent times? Probably not.” Meadow Fest.

“One of the finest slices of country soul you’ll hear this year. A gorgeous mood with that voice that hangs heavy in the air and dips into all the right forlorn corners.” Chris Familton, Post To Wire