Art and music tend to go hand-in-hand, so it’s no surprise that a museum and a band that both represent an “out-of-the-box” approach to the craft would eventually be brought together. With its peculiar egg-like structure, the Guggenheim Museum has come to be known as one of the most architecturally noteworthy spaces in New York City, and perhaps one of the most acoustically and aesthetically-appropriate settings for a performance by psychedelic pop band MGMT.

The Guggenheim Foundation sat down with members of the band to discuss this upcoming performance—taking place November 10 and 11—which will also serve as an opening for Maurizio Cattelan‘s exhibit (unveiling November 4) and the after party for the Guggenheim Gala.

MGMT is a band known for experimenting both musically and visually in their performances and the combination of that with a background like the Guggenheim should create a uniquely visceral experience, to say the least.