Broncho (band)

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BRONCHO (2019)
BRONCHO (2019)
Background information
OriginNorman, Oklahoma, United States
GenresIndie rock
Years active2010 (2010)–present
LabelsDine Alone, Fairfax
MembersRyan Lindsey
Nathan Price
Ben King
Penny Pitchlynn
Past membersJonathan Ford
Mandii Larsen

Broncho (stylized as BRONCHO) is an American indie rock band based in Norman, Oklahoma. The band formed in Norman in 2010. The current lineup consists of Ryan Lindsey on guitar and vocals, Ben King on guitars, Penny Pitchlynn on bass and Nathan Price on drums.[1][2]

Their debut album Can't Get Past the Lips originally came out in 2011 and was rereleased by Fairfax Recordings in 2013.[3] Broncho released their second album Just Enough Hip to Be Woman on September 16, 2014 on Dine Alone Records. The album received generally favorable reviews from the music press.[4][5][6]

The band's song "It's On" was played over the closing credits of "Females Only," the first episode of the third season of the HBO series Girls. "Try Me Out Sometime" was used in an advertisement for HBO Now and Movie 43. "Try Me Out Sometime" was also featured in the documentary, Valley Uprising. The track "Class Historian" was used in a commercial featuring Kate Hudson for her Fabletics brand of women's athletic clothing as well as Cartoon Network's bearstack campaign. "Class Historian" also appears on the soundtrack for Vacation, as well as the second episode of the second season of Santa Clarita Diet. "Boys Got to Go" is featured on the soundtrack of the 2019 soccer video game, PES 2020.

Their fourth album "Bad Behaviour" came out in 2018. Described as slightly more "pop" than their previous efforts, it has been well received nonetheless.


  • Can't Get Past the Lips (2011)
  • Just Enough Hip to Be Woman (2014)
  • Double Vanity (2016)
  • Bad Behavior (2018)


  1. ^ Thomas, Fred. "BRONCHO: Biography". AllMusic. Retrieved 1 October 2014.
  2. ^ Wixon, Betty. "Feature:BRONCHO". TheGirlsAre. Retrieved 20 Aug 2018.
  3. ^ Carman, Becky (12 September 2014). "Oklahoma's BRONCHO returns with new album, same punk attitude". The Oklahoman. Retrieved 1 October 2014.
  4. ^ Sendra, Tim. "Just Enough Hip to Be Woman - BRONCHO". AllMusic. Retrieved 1 October 2014.
  5. ^ Houle, Zachary (16 September 2014). "Broncho: Just Enough Hip to Be Woman". PopMatters. Retrieved 1 October 2014.
  6. ^ Terry, Josh (15 September 2014). "BRONCHO – Just Enough Hip To Be Woman". Consequence of Sound. Retrieved 1 October 2014.