Oxygenpony “Twenty One” – Listen

It’s been a long time – like a decade – since we last heard from Paul Megna who’s previous band, Oxygen Ponies, produced a trio of albums featuring memorable hazy dreamlike music – with a tendency to veer towards the darker dreams, the ones that really stay in the mind. Continue reading “Oxygenpony “Twenty One” – Listen”

Video: Oxygenpony “Twenty One”

Paul Megna, formerly of the band Oxygen Ponies, is now performing under the Oxygenpony moniker. ‘Twenty One’ is the atmospheric, first single from ‘How Aeroplanes Fly’, the debut album with the new project. The dreamy song tells the true story of when Megna almost drowned in Lake Winnipesaukee. He wrote the song, wrapped in blankets, while sitting on the shore after being rescued. Despite contracting hypothermia, Megna survived by treading water for half an hour. Look out for the album, which drops on 26th June.