What began as a side-project, a party band bordering on self-confessed joke, has quickly turned into one of the most audacious, thrilling, and exciting live acts around.
Releasing Paper Mâché Dream Balloon last year, the Melbourne septet added to their skewered psychedelic sensibilities. Fun and futuristic, it's a curveball record loved by fans and critics alike.
But it's live that they really take hold. With two drummers and their very own harmonica player, it's just as much spectacle as it is show, kind of like an outlandish Goat, or Talking Heads with a keg. Touring in support of new LP Nonagon Infinity, and after multiple sold out Manchester shows, they return for a huge date at the Albert Hall.
Presented by Strange Days.
This is a 14+ event.