Tony Nominee Lauren Worsham and Band Sky-Pony Will Roll Out New Album, "Beautiful Monster" | Playbill

News Tony Nominee Lauren Worsham and Band Sky-Pony Will Roll Out New Album, "Beautiful Monster" Indie-pop band Sky-Pony, headed by Lauren Worsham of A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder, is rolling out a new album, "Beautiful Monster," Dec. 4.

Sky-Pony is a collaboration between Worsham and her musician-writer husband Kyle Jarrow. Worsham earned a 2014 Tony nomination as Best Featured Actress in a Musical for playing Phoebe D'Ysquith in Gentleman's Guide. She won a Drama Desk Award for the same role.

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"Beautiful Monster" will be released on the Knitting Factory Records label. It is available for pre-order here.

Here is a complete track list:

1. The Watcher
2. Regret It In The Morning
3. Beautiful Monster
4. Rapture
5. Doctor
6. Action Movie
7. Seems So Strange
8. Steal Tonight
9. Vampire
10. Run Away
11. Everyone Will Die

Worsham's theatrical credits also include the New York City Opera production of Candide, the Goodspeed staging of Carnival and the national tour of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.

Jarrow, an Obie Award-winning writer for the stage, film and television, is the principal songwriter for the band. He's also currently writing the book for the upcoming The SpongeBob Musical and "The Drop," a drama series for the CW television network.

Sky-Pony is planning a concert-theatre hybrid stage performance that incorporates songs from the record as well as several others. A co-production with The Play Company, directed by Tony nominee Sam Buntrock, it is scheduled to run Feb. 16-March 19, 2016, Off-Broadway at Ars NovaTheatre.

Sky-Pony promises "lush, lyrical, often cheeky indie-pop with a healthy dose of theatrics. They incorporate costumes, choreography and projections into their high-energy live shows. Rock concert meets performance art meets burlesque, you might say."

The octet also features Kevin Wunderlich (guitar), Eric Day (bass), Perry Silver (drums), David Blasher (cello) and Kristin Piacentile and Jessi Suzuki (backing vocals).

For more on Sky-Pony, click here

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