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About Architecture in Helsinki

Pealing forth with a childlike melodic glee and a cacophony of instruments, Architecture in Helsinki play out like a band of unruly indie pop plush toys, riding in a brightly decorated Partridge Family bus, eating cupcakes, wearing mittens and conducting happy sing-along along the way. Their playful use of miscued locations (they are Australians, not Finns), size (eight members cram onto the stage) and influences (post-acid Beach Boys, Wu Tang Clan, The Magnetic Fields and Mexican food) delight as much as it confounds.

Listen toArchitecture in Helsinkion Rhapsody

Pealing forth with a childlike melodic glee and a cacophony of instruments, Architecture in Helsinki play out like a band of unruly indie pop plush toys, riding in a brightly decorated Partridge Family bus, eating cupcakes, wearing mittens and conducting happy sing-along along the way. Their playful use of miscued locations (they are Australians, not Finns), size (eight members cram onto the stage) and influences (post-acid Beach Boys, Wu Tang Clan, The Magnetic Fields and Mexican food) delight as much as it confounds.

About Architecture in Helsinki

Pealing forth with a childlike melodic glee and a cacophony of instruments, Architecture in Helsinki play out like a band of unruly indie pop plush toys, riding in a brightly decorated Partridge Family bus, eating cupcakes, wearing mittens and conducting happy sing-along along the way. Their playful use of miscued locations (they are Australians, not Finns), size (eight members cram onto the stage) and influences (post-acid Beach Boys, Wu Tang Clan, The Magnetic Fields and Mexican food) delight as much as it confounds.

About Architecture in Helsinki

Pealing forth with a childlike melodic glee and a cacophony of instruments, Architecture in Helsinki play out like a band of unruly indie pop plush toys, riding in a brightly decorated Partridge Family bus, eating cupcakes, wearing mittens and conducting happy sing-along along the way. Their playful use of miscued locations (they are Australians, not Finns), size (eight members cram onto the stage) and influences (post-acid Beach Boys, Wu Tang Clan, The Magnetic Fields and Mexican food) delight as much as it confounds.