Indie Rock
Taking their cue from the indie pop bands of yore, Seapony sound every bit as dreamy, soft, and sweet as their name implies. Formed in the summer of 2010 when Jen Weidl and Danny Roland moved to Seattle, the pair teamed up with Roland's former bandmate, Ian Brewer, on bass and Seapony was born.

Shortly after posting a handful of tracks online, the newly minted trio was picked up by then-fledgling label Double Denim Records; Seapony's debut 7" single, Dreaming, was released on that label soon after. The band's profile enjoyed a healthy boost thanks to the single; by the time 2011 rolled around, the band made its way into the rotation on college radio stations.

Seapony played their very first live gig soon after where they met the future label, Hardly Art Records. Their first album "Go With Me" was released in May of 2011 on Hardly Art. The second album "Falling" (Hardly Art) was released in September of 2012 as the band enters a new and more ambitious period in their career, with a sharper-than-ever live show and a fanbase that grows by the day.