I swear, this show gets better every week. And I haven't found a better way to put it than this, courtesy of Seattle Weekly:
After all, who can resist seven good-looking guys in suits who play guitars, accordions, drums, typewriters, Theremins, and even less likely instruments… unlike a lot of other art bands, the songs they write are actually good, melodic, complex, tight, and fun, with an odd recurring melancholy.
I will add that when you take said good-looking guys and get them to singing and bantering in a blissful post-Obama electoratory haze… a-hem. Guys and gals alike were swooning over the Constitution (!), new "Awesome" originals (!!), and even a George Michael cover (!!! Freedom, with dancers!). Combine all of that with what you've come to expect from this band, and you get what we got – three performances filled to capacity and the greatest "indefineable theatrics" this side of Seattle.
Don't miss the last shows of the cycle, this Friday and Saturday at ACT, only $10 with your ticket from a previous performance (still a steal if you don't have a stub at $15).