The second day of Coachella 2014 continued Saturday with a stellar lineup of bands that not only included big name acts such as Lorde, Pharrell Williams, Capital Cities, CHVRCHES, Skrillex and Foster the People, but also brought out some really amazing surprise guests, including Gwen Stefani, Jay-Z and Beyonce. Here is a quick recap of what happened last night :
If Foster the People's sophomore album, 'Supermodel,' is a brooding rumination on sudden fame and the fear of being a one-hit wonder, expect the darkness to be hidden beneath hooks, just as it was on the band's 2011 breakthrough, 'Torches.'
During a visit to London, Usher made an appearance on BBC's Radio 1 to promote his new album "Looking 4 Myself" and, as a bonus, performed Foster The People's "Pumped Up Kicks". Here's the video.
I've been digging on Foster the People lately, but I have to be honest... I laughed a bit after seeing their performance on the Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. After all, are the key boards that exciting? Plus, it's just hard to look cool with the maracas!