Missy Elliot, Flume, Vampire Weekend, Tame Impala top Governors Ball 2020 lineup

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Missy Elliot, Flume, Vampire Weekend, Tame Impala top Governors Ball 2020 lineupKevin Parker Tame Impala Getty

The lead up to spring 2020’s festival season is beginning to heat up, and now, Governors Ball has thrown an impressive hat in the ring. The three-day NYC affair has locked in Tame Impala, Missy Elliot, Vampire Weekend, and Flume for headlining performance, along with additional firepower from Solange, Stevie Nicks, RÜFÜS DU SOL, Ellie Goulding, and Miley Cyrus—and that’s all before the undercard.

The event, running June 5 – 7 at its longtime home venue at Randall’s Island Park, also has scheduled performances from a wide variety of artists, covering indie, electronic, hip-hop, and pop with acts like Danny Brown, LCD Soundsystem‘s Nancy Whang, Oliver Tree, Carly Rae Jepsen, Madeon, Portugal. The Man, Swae Lee, Snail Mail, and more. Tickets to the 2020 edition of Governors Ball go on sale on January 17 at 12:00 p.m. EST. See the full lineup below.

Missy Elliot, Flume, Vampire Weekend, Tame Impala top Governors Ball 2020 lineupGov Ball 2020 Lineup

Tame Impala share fourth single from upcoming album, ‘Lost in Yesterday’

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Tame Impala share fourth single from upcoming album, ‘Lost in Yesterday’Kevin Parker Tame Impala Getty

Tame Impala’s fourth studio LP, The Slow Rush, due to be released on February 14, has already proven to be one of the most highly anticipated records of the year. The rollout for the impending 12-track album, landing via Interscope/Fiction Records, started with three previous singles, “Posthumous Forgiveness,” “It Might Be Time,” and, “Borderline.” Now, Kevin Parker has shared the latest single from the album, “Lost in Yesterday.”

The track comes hot off the heels of Bonnaroo’s 2020 lineup delivery, which has Tame Impala headlining the event’s Sunday night programming. Likely the last drop before The Slow Rush‘s Valentine’s Day release, “Lost in Yesterday” yet again alludes to a likely stellar follow up to 2015’s Currents on the way. Listen to Tame Impala’s latest below.

Tame Impala – “Lost In Yesterday”

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Tame Impala - "Lost In Yesterday"We have almost reached the end of the extremely long road to Tame Impala LP4. It’s been well over four years since Kevin Parker and friends dropped Currents on the world and nearly 10 months since “Patience” began the rollout the aptly titled The Slow Rush. That one won’t actually be … More »

Tame Impala, Flume, Vampire Weekend, Solange rumored to top Governor’s Ball 2020 lineup

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Tame Impala, Flume, Vampire Weekend, Solange rumored to top Governor’s Ball 2020 lineupDeadmau5 Governors Ball 2015 Dancing Astronaut Andrew Spada 4

The Governor’s Ball Music Festival 2020 lineup is set to be released soon, though the beans may have spilled prematurely with a the festival’s rumored headliners surfacing early. According to Consequence of Sound, among the names leaked are Tame Impala, Vampire Weekend, Stevie Nicks, and Miley Cyrus. Solange, Flume, and H.E.R. will also appear at the 2020 iteration of the festival, which is set to be the Governor Ball’s 10th anniversary event.

2020 would mark a return for Tame Impala who made their Governor’s Ball debut in 2014. It will be Nicks, Cyrus, and Solange’s first time performing at the festival. Flume was recently rumored to also be on the Coachella lineup, which indicates the Skin producer is in store for a festival-heavy spring season.

Governor’s Ball will return to New York City on Randall’s Island from June 5 – 7 on Randall’s Island. Those who still would like tickets to the event can track the next ticket release here.

Via: Consequence of Sound

Featured image: Andrew Spada

Bonnaroo enlists TOOL, Lizzo, Tame Impala, Miley Cyrus, Flume and more for 2020 lineup

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Bonnaroo enlists TOOL, Lizzo, Tame Impala, Miley Cyrus, Flume and more for 2020 lineupFlume Live David Wolff Patrickredferns

Not one to be outdone by its west coast cousin, Bonnaroo just revealed its heavyhanded lineup for 2020, bringing in TOOL, Lizzo and Tame Impala for the year’s headliners and fleshing out the undercard with a roster that’s just as juicy.

If you’ve had the itch to see TOOL and Miley Cyrus in the same evening (but seriously, that kind of diversity what festival season is all about?), then Friday night at Bonnaroo is your jam. The rest of the festival’s first day continues to be as eccentric as it is well rounded, with acts like Primus, Bassnectar, Tipper, The 1975, and Ganja White Night.

Lizzo’s Saturday headliner set is complimented by marquee toppers Flume and Oysterhead (a supergroup with members of Phish, Primus and The Police). JablinskiGames star Jack Black will likely revive all that is rock performing as Tenacious D, with Seven Lions and Subtronics bringing the electronic heat. If that’s not enough, rap icon Nelly is billed to perform his debut album Country Grammar two decades after its release.

Sunday is headlined by Tame Impala, with equally enormous support from Lana Del Rey and Vampire Weekend. Isabelle Rezazadeh, a.k.a. REZZ continues to get the credit she deserves, snagging a top booking to help close out the weekend with her brand of technical bass music. Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival takes place June 11-14 in Manchester, TN. See the full lineup below.

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Photo Credit: David Wolff – Patrick/Redferns

Pink Donates $500K To Australian Fire Relief Effort

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PinkNumerous artists and celebrities are pledging aid to those affected by the devastating bushfires that have left 23 Australians dead and thousands more homeless. “I am totally devastated watching what is happening in Australia right now with the horrific bushfires,” pop singer Pink wrote on Twitter. “I am pledging a donation of $500,000 directly to … More »

Tame Impala to embark upon North American spirit quest with Perfume Genius, new album due in February

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As a die-hard psych rock fan, the details of your day to day life are probably a little…hazy. Luckily, your old curmudgeonly pal Tiny Mix Tapes Dot Com is here to (gruffly but lovingly) remind you of all the truly mission-critical shit.

For instance: did you know that Tame Impala — a.k.a. Kevin Parker, a.k.a. “the Instagram of rock bands” — will be releasing his fourth studio album, The Slow Rush, on February 14 via Interscope?

It’s totally true. In fact, Parker has already shared 3 tracks from the thing, including the recent slow-jam “Posthumous Forgiveness”. Dude was even on SNL like nine months ago. I’M SURE WE TOLD YOU. Where the heck have you BEEN AT???

Well, anyway: as you can imagine, after the record comes out, there’s gonna be one hell of a swirly, whirly, melty, spirit-guide-supervised North American tour. So, you might want wanna scope these dates below — with the likes of Perfume Genius and MGMT — and tie a string around your finger or something, so you don’t forget when he’s coming through your town.

Oh, and for god sake, put some pants on.

Tame Impala’s spiritual migration:

03.09.20 – San Diego, CA – Pechanga Arena San Diego* SOLD OUT
03.10.20 – Inglewood, CA – The Forum* SOLD OUT
03.11.20 – Inglewood, CA – The Forum*
03.13.20 – San Francisco, CA – Chase Center* SOLD OUT
03.19.20 – Mexico City, MEX – Foro Sol $
03.21.20 – Monterrey, MEX – Pal Norte $
05.23.20 – London, UK – All Points East – Victoria Park
05.29.20 – Chicago, IL – United Center#
05.30.20 – Milwaukee, WI – Fiserv Forum#
05.31.20 – Detroit, MI – Little Caesars Arena#
06.02.20 – Toronto, ON – Scotiabank Arena#
06.03.20 – Montreal, QC – Bell Centre#
06.06.20 – Washington, DC – Capital One Arena#
06.08.20 – Charlotte, NC – Spectrum Center#
06.09.20 – Atlanta, GA – State Farm Arena#
06.11.20 – Miami, FL – AmericanAirlines Arena#
06.12.20 – Orlando, FL – Amway Center#
07.17.20 – Minneapolis, MN – Xcel Energy Center#
07.19.20 – St. Louis, MO – Enterprise Center#
07.20.20 – Kansas City, MO – Sprint Center#
07.21.20 – Tulsa, OK – BOK Center#
07.23.20 – Austin, TX – Frank Erwin Center#
07.24.20 – Dallas, TX – American Airlines Center#
07.25.20 – Houston, TX – Toyota Center#
07.28.20 – Glendale, AZ – Gila River Arena#
07.30.20 – Denver, CO – Pepsi Center#
08.01.20 – Salt Lake City, UT – Vivint Smart Home Arena#
08.03.20 – Portland, OR – MODA Center#
08.05.20 – Vancouver, BC – Rogers Arena#
08.07.20 – George, WA – The Gorge Amphiteathre#

* Clairo
$ MGMT
# Perfume Genius

Tame Impala Announce North American Summer Arena Tour With Perfume Genius

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Tame-ImpalaEarly next year, Aussie psych superstars Tame Impala will return with the new album The Slow Rush, their first in five years. Kevin Parker and his co-conspirators have already shared a handful of early songs, the most recent of which is the sprawling “Posthumous Forgiveness.” And now they’ve unveiled the dates … More »

Tame Impala reveal new song from forthcoming LP, ‘Posthumous Forgiveness’

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Tame Impala reveal new song from forthcoming LP, ‘Posthumous Forgiveness’Tame Impala Kevin Parker Press October 2019

Tame Impala have shared another track ahead of their upcoming fourth studio album, The Slow Rush. The new single, “Posthumous Forgiveness,” follows October-released “It Might Be Time” and “Borderline.” The psychedelic project is led by creative visionary and frontman Kevin Parker, who recorded, produced, and mixed the forthcoming LP. The Slow Rush will arrive on Feb. 14, 2020.

“Posthumous Forgiveness” revels in a little more than six minutes of somber psychedelia—commanding dream-like nostalgia in signature Tame Impala style. Significantly more melancholic to previous singles, the track delves into the death of Parker’s father with cutting lyricism and haunting vocals masking it as one of Tame Impala’s most emotionally heavy songs yet. Weeping guitar riffs and harpsichords pervade “Posthumous Forgiveness” before transitioning into a hopeful outro reminiscent of the track’s title.

The Slow Rush is available for pre-order here.

Photo credit: Neil Krug

Tame Impala – “Posthumous Forgiveness”

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Tame-Impala-Posthumous-ForgivenessEarly next year, Australian psych-rock superstars Tame Impala will return with the new album The Slow Rush, their long-awaited follow-up to 2015’s Currents. Over the past few months, we’ve heard a few of the songs that will appear on the LP: “Patience,” “Borderline,” “It MightMore »