Matt and Kim are ready to bring the party to Mo Pop Festival this Sunday, July 24 with a 7:20pm set on the Grande Stage. The duo known for infectious, beat-driven anthems and explosive live shows return to Detroit on the heels of touring with Ellie Goulding and the release of their hot new EP WE WERE THE WEIRDOS (FADER) and viral video for EP track "Let's Run Away" - SEE IT HERE

Matt and Kim are the go-to live band for raw exuberance and dance-ready anthems. As a live band, their reputation proceeds them. Every time they play, social media lights up with fans gushing about the show they just witnessed. Matt and Kim don't just play their instruments, they climb, beat, balance and dance on them and also bring along plenty of props for the audience. Need a visual? Check out their video for "Get It" HERE

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“This band is concentrated positivity and love, and it’s summer. Put it on. 
– USA Today

“It's impossible to be in a bad mood while watching a Matt and Kim set. 
They are a f*cking party.” 
– Houston Press

“Matt & Kim drew an impressive crowd across the main field.
There was something to marvel at almost constantly.”
The Top 10 Things We Saw at Coachella Day 3
– Live Nation TV

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WE WERE THE WEIRDOS was recorded between the two weekends of Coachella madness and Matt and Kim surprised fans and critics alike by releasing it during their Weekend 2 Mainstage performance. The EP returns to a more raw and underground version of the band and encapsulates their exciting and spontaneous nature that is immediately apparent in their live performance.

The Brooklyn duo are also viral video stars, with over 42 MILLION YouTube views and counting. Known for their inventive concepts, Matt and Kim’s video for “Lessons Learned,” in which they strip naked in Times Square on a very cold February day, won an MTV Video Music Award for “Breakthrough Video.” The band has performed sold-out headlining tours across North America and wowed fans around the globe performing to thousands upon thousands at festivals including Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, Coachella, Hangout, Firefly, Summerfest, Big Day Out, Fuji, V, Pukkelpop, and Ultra.