MGMT to play with Franz Ferdinand in 2018
American indie-electro duo MGMT are coming to Australia on the back of their new album Little Dark Age. If you want to be there at a MGMT and Franz Ferdinand concert, then you're in the right place! Here at StubHub you can buy and sell MGMT tickets, so what are you waiting for? The band burst onto the scene with the first MGMT album Oracular Spectacular which was packed with massive MGMT songs like "Kids", "Time to Pretend" and "Electric Feel" and, ever since, they haven't looked back. Now, in 2018, MGMT have been performing live as a five-piece band and they are known for putting in excellent performances, whether playing at festivals like Coachella and Glastonbury, or coming to Australia to play alongside Scottish rockers Franz Ferdinand. With MGMT gigs in Sydney and Melbourne this July, this is something you don't want to miss. So, buy MGMT 2018 concert tickets here at StubHub and see the Grammy-nominated duo live in Australia.
MGMT are Andrew VanWyngarden and Ben Goldwasser. Formed in 2002 when the duo were studying at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut, the band was initially known as Management and were known for making ironically poppy music in a manner somewhere between performance art and punk. In 2006, MGMT signed to Cantora Records and the next year they released the first MGMT album Oracular Spectacular. The album made a huge splash and enjoyed critical and commercial success, going platinum in the UK, Australia, USA, and Ireland. The MGMT single "Kids" was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Pop Performance. The MGMT songs from this album were sampled and covered by some of the biggest artists in music, including Weezer, Katy Perry, Frank Ocean and Beyoncé. The next two MGMT albums were not as successful as the band's debut as they ventured into a different sound.
Thankfully for MGMT fans, the new album Little Dark Age sees the duo back to their brilliant best. Featuring singles like "Little Dark Age", "When You Die" and "Me and Michael", the new MGMT album has earned rave reviews. The Guardian says that the new album is 'unironically gorgeous... MGMT doing what MGMT do best'.
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