The stage was covered in instruments
Once they did come out, it was only to lay down and wake up to Nevereverdid
Cameron using a beer can as a musical instrument
Gus spent the entire time with 88.1 WRFL written on his arm from where he did a station ID for me. Don’t believe me? Look closer (or here or here)
A Randy Newman cover
The girls doing a Macarena-ish dance during their cover of Roxy Music’s Love is the Drug
Cameron asking the crowd about bourbon and Colonel Sanders (ah…Kentucky)
Because I spent so long typing up that Architecture in Helsinki interview, I’m just going to give the highlights of their performance.
And yes, the latest picture in the continuation of my series entited Awkwardly Standing Next to Indie Celebs is this gem.
Oh yeah! An internet buddy of mine over at the Secret Unicorns Forum got a DVD video of one of their performances and I’ll hopefully be getting a copy. If this should be, then I’ll do my best to rip it and upload it so you can experience the joy along with me.