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Tame Impala Shuts Coachella Down With Psychedelic Performance

Who could possibly top AC/DC? No one right? Well, Tame Impala definitely gave many bands a run for their money from their 2015 Coachella performance. Tame Impala, scheduled to go on stage right after AC/DC, left a performance of a lifetime on stage. This Australian psych-rock band gave the crowd a performance to remember, performing their hits such as “Elephant” and “Feels Like We Only Go Backwards” were accompanied by vibrant visuals. Tame Impala truly showed not only fans but other rock bands that their music is here to stay and their passion will only get stronger.

Some people are made to perform and Tame Impala is definitely a band that wants their listeners to be consumed by their music, and experience the emotions of the words in their songs. Not just hear them.

To finish out their Coachella performance, Tame Impala gave an eight minute performance to their new single, “Let It Happen.” This eight minute good vibe psychedelic song left no flower crown standing still. It was safe to say the crowd was consumed by the performance. Tame Impala reminded us all why we love Coachella. It is to embrace all different walks of life, and to unite through the love of music. The band has caught the attention of many new fans, and without doubt; the world should be expecting big things from them!

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