Outdoor sunset anyone?
Yeah, that is what I was thinking. I could also see Grizzly Bear being before Postal Service, they could have a fun daytime set. So maybe Grizzly Bear > Postal Service > Sigur Ros > Hot Chip, and New Order > The xx > Phoenix.
Sigur Ros would be better on the outdoor, it would be slightly more intimate, somewhat similar to them playing on the Twin Peaks stage at OSL.
I REALLY hope Sigur Ros gets outdoor. OSL was PERFECT.
as for The Postal Service, I never listened to that album, and recently gave it a couple spins. cannot wait to see the last minute and a half of "Brand New Colony" on the Polo Fields.
11/21 - Pearl Jam - Viejas Arena
Besides Yorke, has there ever been a 3 on the outdoor?
Saturday is going to be a massive headache come timetable time.
There better not be an overlap during the night time sets between Sigur Ros, Postal Service, the XX, Phoenix & Grizzly Bear.... Obviously there's bound to be some shitty conflict. Goldenvoice is seriously so fucking stupid putting the bulk of this lineup all on Saturday. Sunday is looking thin as, would much rather the xx and hot chip on Sunday.
Also with the main and outdoor on fire Saturday night we can pretty much kiss these amazing sets goodbye...SMD, Booka Shade and the 2 Bears all most likely playing night time.
More dates - Plus Jenny and Laura on board.
04-09 Reno, NV - Grand Sierra Theatre
04-10 Davis, CA - Mondavi Center
04-12 San Luis Obispo, CA - Madonna Expo Center
04-13 Indio, CA - Coachella
04-18 Phoenix, AZ - Comerica Theatre
04-19 Las Vegas, NV - Chelsea Ballroom at the Cosmopolitan
04-20 Indio, CA - Coachella
05-18 Manchester, England - Academy 2
05-20 London, England - Brixton Academy
05-21 Paris, France - Trianon
05-23 Barcelona, Spain - Primavera Sound Festival
06-14 Brooklyn, NY - Barclays Center
I might have to catch their Phoenix show if conflicts cause me to miss them at Coachella.
Just to let you know, in NME's report, they have it as The Postal service headlining Coachella so I'd imagine something like this.
The Postal Service
So are these 'new new' songs, or simply unreleased from the Give Up sessions?
They sound like Ben Gibbard of the present day, and the production is completely different than the 2003 album. Just listening to them, they sound new, but the wording in all of the press releases and stuff is very ambiguous.
I agree, hence why I asked. They don't sound like 2003 anymore. They actually sound less distinctive now. I like em, though.