Australia's psychedelic rock band Tame Impala took over the Electric Factory in Philadelphia last night for a sold out show. This was their second sold out show in the city in less than a year.
They've been on top of the indie world ever since they put out their sophomore release, Lonerism. Selling out shows around the world and playing some of the biggest festivals out there. All the while, the Aussies keep a low key profile and take a humble approach, just like their music.
For their live show, they take album versions of songs and transform them into lush landscapes with long twisted jams thrown into the mix. Sometimes such types of songs can be a bore, but Tame Impala kept the momentum going throughout.