Darwin Deez joined !!! (pronounced Chk Chk Chk) to play an energetic set at NYU’s E & L Auditorium at the Kimmel Center on March 31. The event was arranged as part of a benefit called "Dance Against Cancer", a project from the NYU's Program Board, IRHC and the American Cancer Society, which was initiated to raise funds for the cause.
Darwin Deez' delightful indie pop set included tracks off his self titled debut album, which included the released singles 'Radar Detector' and 'Constellations'. They also played a fun rendition of Paul Simon's 'You Can Call Me Al' for good measure and further managed to up the goof factor by including a couple of dance routines that rivalled what the Spice Girls used to bust out with.
The event resembled an eighties high school dance, with Darwin's trademark style complimenting the scene nicely. Darwin Deez are heading out to Australia on tour with a brief stop at a festival in the UK, but hopefully will be bringing their dancing feet back for some fresh routines in the US soon.