Phoenix kicked off their world tour in Miami last Friday.
What fans probably didn’t expect to see when they rocked up at the Fillmore was the band’s very own branded merchandise vending machine.
As you’d expect the French group created their own memorabilia for the tour, but will only be selling it through the machine.
The four-piece proudly showed off their new tour-mate on their Instagram account.
The band are touring ahead of the release of their latest album Ti Amo next month.
In a press release, Phoenix say the new 10-track album contains “simple, pure emotions: love, desire, lust, and innocence”.
The band, from Versailles, are headlining the Governors Ball in New York on the first weekend of June.
They play at London’s Alexandra Palace on 30 September.
Phoenix are made up of singer Thomas Mars, bassist Deck d’Arcy, guitarist and keyboardist Laurent Brancowitz and guitarist Christian Mazzalai.
Since forming in 1999, they’ve released six studio albums with 2013’s – Bankrupt! – making it to number four on the US Billboard 200 album chart and 14 in the UK.