Top 10 | Festival Headliners
We're literally counting down the seconds to Coachella, and while we'll be living most of the weekend through Instagram (sob!), we take a look at our fave headline and upcoming acts on this year's line-up. Wednesday, we got this!
Foals - Give It All
With tickets for their European gigs selling out in days, indie faves Foals are one of the must-see acts of Coachella. You can guarantee all the cool kids will be hanging around for this set; kudos Foals, you're waving the flag for British rock music.
Snakehips - Days With You (feat. Sinead Harnett)
Over the last year or so, the producer duo behind Snakehips have been making a big name for themselves, teaming up with the likes of Tinashe and Chance The Rapper (and I chose them as my track of the week last week). This chilled one with Sinead Harnett is easy on the ears.
Years & Years - Desire (feat. Tove Lo)
We heart Years & Years at boohoo HQ, especially after they provided the sounds for our spring TV ad back in 2015. They completely live up to the hype that's surrounded them, so take a listen to their catchy pop sounds that even people who 'don't like pop music' come to love.
SG Lewis - Warm
Tipped by MTV and Red Bull Studios as one to watch, SG Lewis must be pretty stoked to be travelling Stateside to hit up the first day at Coachella. This one is a Majestic Casual tune at its best.
Grimes - Genesis
Alt-queen Grim Claire Boucher aka Grimes continues to win critical acclaim for her music which pushes the boundaries of modern synth pop. Genesis is one of our fave releases to date.
Major Lazer & DJ Snake - Lean On (feat. MØ)
When your track makes the no.1 most streamed on Spotify, you're pretty much a big deal. Major Lazer will be closing the final night of 'Chella in serious style.
Flume - Never Be Like You
Never Be Like You had a bit of a viral debut, then Disclosure picked it up, did their thing, and the rest as they say is history. Make sure you catch one of Australia's finest electro acts this summer.
Anderson.Paak - Without You (feat. Rapsody)
So much props has gone to Anderson.Paak recently, it's about time everyone started to take note. We heart all of Malibu, but this one has to be near the top of our list.
Alessia Cara - Here
Canadian Alessia Cara was one of the standout female vocalists of the past 12 months, with Here knocking up a massive 85 million YouTube views to date. Catch her at one of the smaller stages before she makes it big (she's opening for Coldplay at Glastonbury too!)
Soul Clap - Let It Go
Want some disco to end the weekend? Soul Clap are you go-to guys. Combining smooth beats with uplifiting vocals, Soul Clap are the definition of feel good electronic music. Take a listen and pretend you're in the Californian sun.