Although their name seems like they should be from Finland, the members of Architecture in Helsinki are actually from Australia.
Their unique indie pop sound has drawn attention from fans all over the world. The best way to experience their sound is at
one of their live shows, like at their upcoming gig at the Music
Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, New York.
The history of Architecture in Helsinki dates back to when the band members first began playing together in 2000. They
brought together indie pop, pop and electronic music. They took their time creating their first album, Fingers Crossed, finally
releasing it in 2004. The band followed their first release with a slew of tour
dates, increasing their exposure.
One of the ways that Architecture in Helsinki has been able to differentiate itself from other bands is through its instrumentation.
Along with the more typical instruments, Architecture in Helsinki also adds in sounds like tuba, clarinet, samplers, glockenspiel
and more. Each new release has revealed the band's evolution since their beginning.
Australia has been a place for top music for generations, yielding world stars in a variety of genres. In the indie pop
world, Australia is already getting put on the man because of Architecture in Helsinki. Architecture in Helsinki live shows are the perfect events for groups, so gather your friends
together and head out to an upcoming show.