The sprightly four-piece are getting into the festive spirit already
The Magic Numbers are hoping to organize a secret show for their British fans in the run up to Christmas.
Speaking backstage at the Troubadour in Los Angeles, bassist Michele Stodart told NME.COM they want to set up something special for their home crowd.
“I hope that we do something in December, some kind of secret thing,” she said. “It would be nice. I think because this year has been amazing, we kind of owe it to ourselves and certain fans to just have like a secret gig.”
The four piece kicked off their US tour earlier this week and they are already winning stateside fans in cities like Las Vegas.
They also packed out two sold out shows in one night in Los Angeles drawing well wishers like The Thrills, Charlatans frontman Tim Burgess and Melissa Auf Der Maur.
Precussionist Angela Gannon said: “We don’t know what to expect on this tour and I think that’s what’s exciting. We literally don’t have a clue what’s going to happen which is great. We’ve also never been to these place before.”
Michele added: “It’s kind of like starting all over again. Playing the songs today, it felt like I was playing them for the first time and I found it even more exciting and found more bits I really liked.”