Tame Impala Have Shared Footage From Their Headline Coachella Set Last Year

Tame Impala have shared professionally-shot footage of the band performing non-album single ‘Patience’ live during their headline set at Coachella back in April 2019. The footage was featured in the recently-released Coachella: 20 Years in the Desert documentary about the festival.

At the time, the band had released the single just a month prior – it marked the first new music from Kevin Parker since 2015’s ‘The Less I Know the Better’. It’s a mesmerising performance, sounding great but also making full use of the visuals and enormous festival stage available.

Tame Impala aren’t the only band we’ve seen high-quality Coachella performance footage emerge from lately. Yesterday, the festival shared a clip from 2003 that sees The White Stripes perform White Blood Cells favourite ‘Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground’.

Tame Impala released fourth album The Slow Rush back in February, with Parker sharing a re-imagined mix of the album called Slow Rush in an Imaginary Place back in March. Earlier this week, Parker teamed up with The Streets for collaborative new single ‘Call My Phone Thinking I’m Doing Nothing Better’.

The band recently announced rescheduled Australian tour dates for this year. The shows were originally supposed to kick off this month, but due to the coronavirus pandemic, they’re now set to take place in December.

Watch Tame Impala perform ‘Patience’ live at Coachella below.

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