Music for Animals is a San Francisco quartet that mixes a fondness for classic rock-pop hooks with a stripped-down modern aesthetic. Like their self-titled album, Music for Animals' latest work, the If Looks Could Kill EP is full of catchy choruses and danceable songs. But it also demonstrates the band pushing in new directions, with some slower tempos and production choices that highlight the their nuanced songwriting.
Ben and Christian sat down with Jay, Eli and Nick from Music for Animals a few weeks ago, discussing the new EP and the band's ability to write songs that work equally well on record and on stage. We've also included four songs from the band's catalog -- including two from the new EP.
Saturday, November 22nd
with Transfer, The Silent Comedy, and Apside