The mini-concerts at Splash Laundry, just east of Gage Park, saw the quintet play songs from the newly-released Laundry Pile.
Lead singer Max Kerman says it’s a “quieter record,” so they wanted to choose a small, intimate space to celebrate its release with fans in groups of about 10 at a time.
“Each group gets a different experience,” Kerman explained.
“There’s 10 songs on the record, we get them to choose the song at random from the laundry bin right here, we play them, then the next group comes in.”
The band will kick off a Canadian leg of their fall tour in November with stops in Guelph, St Catherines and Peterborough.