Published Dec 05, 2014Montreal's Notta Comet just unleashed their debut album Success With Houseplants today (December 5), and while it might not actually help you tune up your green thumb, it will certainly provide you with a some fresh, quirky indie rock to soundtrack all your gardening endeavours.
The three-piece band is composed of Look Vibrant drummer Eli Kaufman, in addition to Crawford Smith (bass/vocals) and Alex Williams (guitar/vocals), and the gang is not opposed to trying out new stuff.
The new collection features songs about everything from technology to hops to the residents of a post-apocalyptic Sea World, and the band describe themselves as one that has "embraced a wild eclecticism and a cracked sense of both time and humour, experimenting with the boundaries of genre."
Tunes range from the Krautrock-inspired yet Zappa-esque opener "Colonial Authorities" to the surprisingly poppy "Paradoxical Undressing." You can hear the full sonic spectrum by giving Success With Houseplants a spin in the player below.