Why See Toad the Wet Sprocket?
Nineties cult heroes
After reuniting in 2006, Toad the Wet Sprocket have set out to honor their contribution to the landscape of the early '90s, including 1991's 'All I Want' and 'Walk on the Ocean', by performing, reworking and updating their back catalog, without losing their emotional core.
Named after a Monty Python sketch, Toad released the much-lauded New Constellation in 2013, funded by fans through a very successful kick starter, and recently gave us the Architect of the Ruin EP. With sun-drenched Californian vibes, hopeful, catchy melodies, they have picked up where they left off, without losing themselves to nostalgia.
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