| Widely believed to be destined for big things (Time Out, Vogue, Dazed, Rip&Burn), Plant Life are already crossing over into new territory, and are gaining a new legion of fans along with them. The electro spasms and driving riffs of “The Last Song” are making major waves among the more rock-orientated crowd, proving that Jack Splash and his band are not comfortable settling too far into one genre. |
“It doesn’t matter whether people consider what we’re doing to be hip hop, funk, soul, electro, whatever … in the early days of hip hop it was “anything goes as long as it’s fresh”, and that’s what we are about. ”
And Pharrell agrees: “This is some new and different shit”.
This eclectic 12” remix package is the hotness, hitting all points from disco, funk, electro and hip hop, and cements Plant Life’s reputation as a band who move both your soul and your feet. Brand new track “U Can Have it All” is exclusive to this package and not available on the album.
As many people were not able to get tickets the first time around, Plant Life return to the UK for a second headline tour at the end of April. You’d be well-advised to catch them while you can.