The set finished with Zo packing up his stuff and leaving the stage while Atom kept the rhythm going on the drums. It was the end that Zo’s performance had to have: a sort-of shoe gazer, he was rarely focused on the audience, and maybe said one or two words the entire night.
Even if their musical genre is still the bright, fun, and easily absorbed indie rock from Hedgehog, B-sides have shown they don’t need to count on their “bigger band” for success in Beijing. With Hedgehogs' breakup, odds have been changed for B-sides: they already have a contract, their CD might be out in March this year, and they don’t need to work too much to please the audience. They've already done it.