Over the weekend, the Triple J darlings Hungry Kids of Hungary nearly dismantled Sydney's The Factory with their enthusiasm. Playing songs of their debut album Escapades, they did Brisbane's burgeoning music scene proud. As you will be able to see in the below gallery, shit got crazy. By the end of their gig, the audience and the set had all but swapped. There were inflatable palm trees crowd surfing amongst the fans, and a stage invasion of more than a dozen people (and some cardboard boxes). This is how indie pop should be: wild, raucous fun.
More at myspace.com/hungrykidsofhungary. Photos by lifewithoutandy.com.