Today is the day that Montreal indie rock trio Plants and Animals finally dropped their fifth album called The Jungle via Secret City Records.
It is their most experimental use in synths and easy flow in soundscapes and lyrics on The Jungle.
About The Jungle:
Their shortest album yet and certainly their boldest, The Jungle is eight acts in a world full of noise. The album is auto-produced and was recorded at Mixart, their studio in Montreal.
The band explains:
“We started working on this a couple of years ago. Warren was afraid for a friend’s health. He thought he was self-medicating too much and not taking care of himself. He couldn’t let go of this image of an overworked dude swallowing too many sleeping pills and falling asleep with the stove on. So it began as the place next door, sometime before Greta Thunberg turned the expression into a rallying cry, where Earth is the house and the people are sleeping. It’s terrifying, and on the whole we’re not unlike this friend, are we?”
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