Plant Plants return this February with the release of a new EP 'Mr Organiser' via London's This Is Music.
The duo have gained a cult following since their debut release 'EP', subsequently built on by 'EP2' in 2012 and last October's 'Dust Me Down' EP. The technical finesse of previous releases is evident on the Mr Organiser EP with Simian Mobile Disco's Jas Shaw on production duties once again.
On this release Howard Whatley and Stuart Francis deliver two mixes of the title track 'Mr. Organiser', delving into the shadows of a dreamy analogue soundscape that reverberates with Whatley's oblique, sorrow-strung story telling. 'Organiser's Lament' is the story's quiet, instrumental epilogue.
Having gained praise from Majestic Casual, Noisey and The Guardian, the momentum of Plant Plants and their unique blend of electronic music - coupled with an exuberant and intricate live show - shows no signs of slowing down.
Plant Plants play The Nest in Dalston, London on January 31st.
1. Mr Organiser
2. Mr Organiser (Plant Plants VIP Mix)
3. Organiser's Lament
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