The band's been playing a number of secret garage shows for contest winners and a handful of their fans. Andy Harms over at 107.7 has the details. This bit here is particularly excellent:
Just as impressive was after the fact when the music was done and the band came out to shake hands, sign autographs, and take pictures. They didn't set up a table and filter people by like it was a lunch line. They didn't put a 15-minute limit on the meet and greet and shove off with a "too bad" to anyone that didn't fight their way to the front for a picture. They literally spent as much time mingling with the crowd afterwards as they did playing their set (over an hour), ensuring that everyone (fans, cops, radio station nerds, blackberry employees) that wanted to say hello and chat could.