|Active since||October 2011|
|Known as||Musician, Artist|
Replacer is a brony New Zealander who has been active in the community since October 2011. Replacer's songs often include generally light-hearted and upbeat music. Replacer has cited The Beach Boys as an influence.
Song For An Earth Pony
|Song For An Earth Pony|
Replacer's most viewed song, Song For An Earth Pony was released on July 8, 2012. The song is sung from the point of view of Replacer's OC, Replacer. In the song, Replacer states that he feels as though creating music is all he is good for, and laments his self-perceived inadequacy in comparison to an Earth pony he loves. In addition, he states that he wishes both for the Earth pony to be happy despite the two being apart and to see the pony again. At the end of the song, Replacer reveals his hope that nopony else replaces him in the eyes of the Earth pony.
Song For An Earth Pony is a well-received song, having been featured on Equestria Daily and ranked 21st on Saberspark's list of the top 25 brony songs of 2012.
Cerulean Blue, released on December 7, 2011, was Replacer's first highly-viewed song. Replacer is sung from the point of view of an unnamed pony who praises Rainbow Dash for her speed, style, charisma, and dependability, but also calls her narcissistic and self-aggrandizing. The pony ends the song by telling Rainbow Dash that she is wasting her potential.
Selection of other songs
|2011-10-24||To Crusade Another Day (Leave No Song Unplayed)||2:47||Electronic|
|2012-02-29||Let Your Mane Down||4:01||Electronic Swing||d.notive cover|
|2012-09-24||Ponyrock||3:30||Rock & Roll||Appears on Bronies For Good's album Faithful and Strong.|
|2014-08-02||Finding My Way (Back Home)||6:12||Soft Rock||feat. Megabyte Brony|