The Seeds were a 1960's psychedelic garage rock band from Los Angeles, CA. The band was fronted by Sky Saxon and consisted of Daryl Hooper, Rick Andridge, and Jan Savage.
Known for their unique sound that blended elements of garage rock and psychedelia, The Seeds gained popularity with hits like "Pushin' Too Hard" and "Can't Seem to Make You Mine".
Influenced by bands such as The Chocolate Watchband, Count Five, and The Standells, The Seeds left a lasting impact on the music scene of their time. Their energetic performances and experimental approach to music continue to inspire artists today.