The idea seemed preposterous at the outset: so many Columbus indie-pop mainstays joining forces into one monstrous twee brigade? Surely it would never last.

The idea seemed preposterous at the outset: so many Columbus indie-pop mainstays joining forces into one monstrous twee brigade? Surely it would never last.

But Super Desserts have outpaced all expectations, becoming one of the city's most delightful cottage industries. Their first album was a fun curiosity; their second, a sprawling thrill; their third, a stunning triumph. (That's excluding "Banjo Forever," the limited-edition vinyl that compiled highlights from the other three.)

It's going to be tough to fit all of them on the stage Saturday, but we'll figure something out.