Yeah, they've already been posted, but look, that was then, this is now. Guess what? Their album is still wonderful, and they made some nice tracks before their album too! consider this a prequel if you will.
They make nice videos, and they're great live. If you just got paid like I did, you could even buy the album on their bandcamp.
Animals makes most sense to me when I think of the drums and bass as laying out the rhythmic structure. The guitar fits in like a puzzle piece, filling the cracks between the drums, chiming and writhing. I think of them as having macro and micro rhythmic structures. They play in 23 for a while, but they'll subdivide and phrase it different ways, all of which are held together by the soaring vocals, which tie the macro units together with phrasing, lyrics, and excellent melodic sense. In addition, the way the drums phrase the subdivisions masks the prime-number time signatures. The interplay of the guitar and drums (they're brothers) alternates between a game of complex rhythmic counterpoint and powerful moments of unity. Tim Collis has really upped the bar for anyone doing twiddly fingerpicked textures to support vocals, a la victor v and owls/every other joan of arc-pantheon band. His tone is full, bright, and clear, and his repetitive, cascading lines weave an uneasy backdrop for the vocals. The fact that many phrases have an odd number of beats is masked by the consumate melodic quality of the parts, until you start trying to count along and can't. Maybe I'm just trying to say that they make the complex sound simple, one of my favorite feats a band can pull off.