That's the noise I made when I heard the Hidden Cameras' new cd. It's also the name of the cd, which I borrowed from the library yesterday, but I am definitely buying this one.
I'm also pretty excited to learn that the Hidden Cameras will bring their spectacularly flamboyant show to our town in early December. I understand they have somewhat toned down the emphasis on boy dancers clad only in ski masks and underwear (damn!), but with the emphasis removed somewhat from the theatrics, the music is taking more of a centre stage and they still rock out just as hard with their self-described "gay church folk music".
In true Canadian indie band fashion, the band are often joined onstage by the likes of fellow musicians such as Owen Pallett and Maggie MacDonald. More musicians for your concert dollar, folks!
This year, the Hidden Cameras are also featured on the soundtrack of the controversial John Cameron Mitchell film, Shortbus. NME has called them more subversive than Marilyn Manson; I call them a band I want to listen to.