Orville Peck is one of the phenomenons of indie music in 2019 but very little is known about his identity. This outlaw cowboy - a definition of his own - prefers to make his music shine, maintaining an aura of mysery around him. It is known, however, that Orville has lived in several cities and traveled around the world thanks to his punk background. Influenced by Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson, Loretta Lynn or Dolly Parton, this cowboy can integrate various types of music into his own language. He realized that country was one of them when he released the song "Dead of Night", in 2017. By that time, he announced a series of duets, "Orville and Friends", with names like King Tuff, Jen Calvin, Mesh Way or Mac DeMarco. In January of that year, he signed with Sub Pop and announced the release of his debut album. "Pony" was anticipated by the singles "Dead of Night" and "Tum to Hate", both of them with videos inspired by David Lynch. "Pony" is already one of the albums of the year, thanks to its fusion of gothic elements with shoegaze, indie rock and country music of the 50s and the 60s. In live shows, he wears a mask, like an enigmatic cowboy, further noted by his strong melodramatic voice, creating an atmosphere as cinematic as on the album. In November, he will be in Portugal in Super Bock in Stock.