By JOHN MOYLE
Alt-country with a deranged Xmas message, ‘All My Friends Are Dancers’ is a yule-be-cool track by Sydney-based Caitlin Harnett & The Pony Boys.
Earlier this year the band took out Best Live Act at the National Live Music Awards and this month released their new album Late Night Essentials.
The song has been a live favourite of the band for some time, but as the live scene isn’t what it used to be, this may be the first chance for many to hear it.
The clip, directed by Aimee-Lee X. Curran, was photographed by Jack Saltmiras and features Andy Golledge as ‘naughty Santa’.
Aimee-Lee X. Curran has worked with Lime Cordiale, Thundamentals, Helions and Ruby Boots, and her last clip for Caitlin Harnett & The Pony Boys, ‘5AM’, won the Best Narrative Video at the 2020 Clipped Music Video Festival.
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