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Orville Peck Drops Show Pony EP, Horses Around With Shania Twain in ‘Legends Never Die’ Video

You gotta hand it to country singer Orville Peck. He was kind of ahead of the curve with the whole mask thing, at least aesthetically. At midnight on Friday, August 14, gay mask-wearing country singer Orville Peck released his new six-song EP Show Pony, after delaying its scheduled release in mid-June at the last minute. Following previously released singles “No Glory in the West” and “Summertime,” Peck released a music video for EP track “Legends Never Die” featuring country superstar Shania Twain. In the music video, a bedazzled non-CDC-approved mask-wearing Peck and a cheetah print-rocking Twain serenade drive-in moviegoers including camp icon John Waters and current world’s reigning Drag Race season-12 winner Miss Jaida Essence Hall. The music video is at once country, queer, and cute. Watch Orville Peck and Shania Twain horse around in the video for “Legends Never Die” and stream Peck’s EP Show Pony below.

Orville Peck Drops EP Show Pony, Video With Shania Twain