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Plants and Animals are wasting no time getting back on the road in 2009, after a monster of a year since releasing Parc Avenue in March 2008 in the U.S. They begin the year with a month-long victory lap of North America, including 2 nights in New York City with Blitzen Trapper. Their March 12th date will be Plants and Animals third stop in Los Angeles this year, after a high profile gig at the Museum of Natural History in January, and an intimate performance at the Canadian Grammy Party on February 5th.

Plants and Animals have been nominated for two 2009 JUNO Awards including Best New Group and Best Alternative Album for Parc Avenue. Chosen by the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, the winners will be announced at the JUNO Gala Dinner and Awards in Vancouver on Sunday, March 29.

“Bye Bye Bye” is a featured song from Parc Avenue and the MP3 can be heard here.

The video for “Feedback in the Field” can be viewedhere.

To sample the band live, check out “Faerie Dance” performed on here.
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Plants and Animals announce a co-headlining tour this fall with fellow Canadians, Born Ruffians. Based in Montreal, Plants and Animals are nominated for the esteemed Canadian music award, Polaris Music Prize, and will perform at the official gala on September 29, 2008 at Toronto’s Phoenix Concert Theatre along with Black Mountain and Holy Fuck. Other nominees include Stars, Caribou and The Weakerthans.

Released in March 2008 in the U.S. through Secret City Records, Plants and Animals’ debut album, Parc Avenue, has grown amongst fans and critics alike as one of the best albums of 2008. In July, Pitchfork spotlighted the album in their “Overlooked Records of 2008” list. Other notable influential fans include NPR’s All Songs Considered, KEXP/Seattle, Myspace, Magnet, Under the Radar, Brooklyn Vegan, and WERS/Boston.

This summer, Gnarles Barkley’s Danger Mouse personally asked the band to open for them. In August, Plants and Animals played with The National and Yeasayer in NYC’s Central Park. Rapidly gaining a reputation for their fervent live shows, Montreal’s Plants and Animals have also shared bills in America with The Whigs (February 2008), with Wolf Parade (August 2007), with Rock Plaza Central (May 2008), plus many caught the band during their 3 sets during the 2008 SXSW.

To sample the band live, check out “Faerie Dance” performed on here.

Please download the PDF of the press release to review the tour dates.

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