Pony - Small Things

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"Small Things" is off of PONY's "Do You" EP out October 27th 2017


"Small Things" is a pop punk elegy of sorts—a lamentation of a fractured relationship; wanting someone, not being able to have that person there; and confronting one's emotions. For the video, Bielanski took a much more positive approach to contrast the song's darker themes. "I didn't want to push for any narrative in the video that was a sad story because I think that there is enough sad stuff happening right now," she says. And so we're welcomed into a girl gang, kind of, traversing the (iconic) Dufferin Mall in downtown Toronto; hanging out on the playground; skateboarding around; and throwing chips at Kevin O'Leary's smug face on a television screen.

At the heart of the video, though, is celebration. It celebrates the people we turn to for safety and comfort. And for Bielanski, that's the women and nonbinary people in Toronto's rock scene. "The community we have that is women and nonbinary people and a lot of marginalized people whose voices haven't been [traditionally] heard here… that community is so strong and supportive," says Bielanski adamantly. "I think that it's really important to make sure that the music scene is not a competition. That it is a community," she stresses, "because if we don't have each other, we really don't have anything at all."
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