The two Australian acts dusted off their famed 1995 duet.
Icelandic artist dusts off a highlight from her 1993 album, Debut.
“He speaks the truth, unfortunately,” remarked Win Butler following the onstage collaboration.
As part of their forthcoming Record Store Day exclusive 7″ vinyl single.
Quirky octet pool their international talents for a wonky pop vision.
Smith calls the 10-day festival “the ‘must see’ event of the summer!”
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.