When I saw Matt and Kim live at the Wiltern about two years ago, I had no idea who they were or why they had the tremendous honor of opening for one of my favorite Australian electro-pop bands Cut Copy. I wasn’t even trying to get to the show in time for the opening act, but as soon as I heard the first piano chords of “Daylight,” I was so glad that I did. I felt love at first listen with that song, and the hits kept coming with songs like “Good Ol’ Fashion Nightmare,” “Lesson Learned,” and “Don’t Slow Down.” A lot of time has passed since that show, and although those songs from their album Grand have aged like fine wine and continue to get lots of play time on my iPod, the dynamic duo are on the cusp of a new album release. Their latest work on Sidewalks should be released via Fader Label in early November, and the fist single from that album, “Cameras,” stays on the same track as their previous work with upbeat tunes from the heart.Matt and Kim have become a mainstay in the indie music scene, and there is a good reason for their rise through the ranks. It would be impossible to leave a Matt and Kim show with anything other than a smile on your face, which is why their fan base keeps growing and why those who have seen them before are always eager to see another show. The pair will be playing at the Henry Fonda Theater on Saturday, October 2nd, which is where you will be too if you are a fan of fun.