Plants and Animals rock the Croc May 22

Plants and Animals play The Crocodile on May 22. Photo by Caroline Desilets

Montreal-based trio Plants and Animals describe their music as “post-classic rock” which is as good a label as any for an otherwise hard to label band. Warren Spicer, Nic Basque and Matthew Woodley make music that sounds a lot like music you’ve already heard before, only not quite – they definitely put their own unique stamp on their tunes. Plants and Animals manage a surprisingly complex sound for a group their size that starts from a solid melodic base and expands with influences from a variety of genres for an ear-grabbing, often hypnotic result.

They’re currently on tour to support their latest album La La Land and they’ll be here in Seattle on Saturday, May 22 at the Croc along with Frog Eyes and Lost in the Trees.

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