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|Origin||Montreal, Quebec, Canada|
|Labels||Laughing Outlaw, Ten Fingers (current), Dim Mak (former)|
|Members||Lisa J. Smith
|Past members||Camilla Wynne Ingr|
In April 2006, Pony Up released their first full-length album, Make Love to the Judges with Your Eyes. To promote their debut, the band toured Australia extensively in the summer of 2006, where their single "The Truth About Cats and Dogs (Is That They Die)" would later be voted No. 47 on the world's largest music poll, Triple J's Hottest 100.
The song "A Crutch or a Cradle" off the upcoming CD was leaked early.
On October 27, 2008 Pony Up created a blog on their MySpace asking listeners to help them choose the single off their new album, Stay Gold, which was released in the spring of 2009. They then began posting all of the songs on the upcoming album on their main MySpace page.
- Lisa J. Smith – bass guitar
- Lindsay Wills – drums
- Laura Wills – keyboards and vocals
- Sarah Moundroukas – guitar and vocals
- Camilla Wynne Ingr - also in the band Sunset Rubdown
|"The Truth About Cats and Dogs (Is That They Die)"||2006||Toben Seymour||Make Love to the Judges with Your Eyes||Shadow puppetry and animation by Moving Pictures|
- Band Site - Iheartponyup.com
- Not Just Another Girl Band: The Pony Up Interview by Michael Mercadante 2006
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