were a 1960s rock and roll band who exemplified the garage rock style, from Los Angeles. Lead singer Sky Saxon was heavily influenced in style and appearance by Mick Jagger
. The Seeds had one national hit, "Pushin' Too Hard", in 1966, and two medium sized hits, "Can't Seem To Make You Mine" in the same year and "A Thousand Shadows" in 1968. They appeared in several films and TV shows as well. The group disbanded in 1969. Saxon has been sporadically active since, most prominently in the late 1980s when he recorded an album backed up by Redd Kross.