The multinational octet of weirdos and K-Mart soda jerks is a bizarrely new force.
The lineup also promises Interpol, Slowdive, Ride, Goldfrapp, Editors, The Twilight Sad, and more.
A suggestive choreographed dance accompanies the London pop innovator’s latest single.
Björk, Nick Cave, Lorde, The National, The xx, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, LCD Soundsystem, Beck, St. Vincent, Phoenix, The War on Drugs, and many more confirmed for 10-day event.
Taking place next June in Finsbury Park.
London cinema will air every episode of the series over the course of four days.
The video finds the London artist appearing as herself for the very first time.
The band continues its run of intriguing covers with Queen’s 1984 hit “I Want to Break Free” and Cat Power’s “Maybe Not”.
Plus, the band will open a pop-up pub in London to celebrate the release of Concrete and Gold.
A musical exhibit launching fans to the Dark Side of the Moon and beyond.
Nadya Tolokonnikova teams with Les Enfants Terribles for Kickstarter-funded experience.
Dedicated to victims of the Manchester terror attack.