John Campbell once described their music as 'shining, uplifting delight' while they style themselves as ‘Mexican mariachi & spaghetti western; fantasy & bizarre; spine-chills & warm fuzz’.
The genre-bending Carnivorous Plant Society play lush, orchestral pop that has drawn comparison with The Able Tasmans, David Axelrod & Calexico.
The group's shows are a treat not just for the ears but the eyes too, as the quintet is accompanied by video creations from the band's main songwriter and co-founder Finn Scholes.
They will be performing songs from their freshly released second album 'The New King', as well as alternative-radio-high-rotates like ‘Françoise Hardy’ and ‘Slave Song’.
The bands comprises members of Tiny Ruins, Bic Runga, Neil Finn and Lawrence Arabia.
The Auckland-based quintet have just completed a tour of the North Island and are excited to be back in the capital.