All of us have heard of Coachella Festival and its massive headliners - this year the main stars are Tame Impala, Ariana Grande and Childish Gambino.
However, what we liked about this year's lineup is the introduction of new and young talents, using the Coachella stage as the stepping stone for their careers in the music industry.
As all great festivals, Coachella 2019 will unquestionably be able to keep your attention up for the whole day. And as a prove of that, here are some of the new acts each day that you shouldn't miss.
Melding her Spanish roots with her favourite music website, Rosalía is heading on her first tour outside of her home country this summer, as her introduction to the world.
Ross From Friends
The British producer, once known for his lo-fi house, a popular music trend a few years ago, has re-branded himself experimenting a different kind of house music on his debut album Family Portrait in 2018 with fantastic results. Watch the video below now.
The solo project of the half Canadian half US Meghan Remy, U.S. Girls blends the sounds from 60s girls groups, 70s dance punk and beyond, creating incredible effects. Listen to her lyrics and you'll hear her protest spirit shine through.
Ty Segall & White Fence
Ty Segall & White Fence are the proof that rock music is anything but dying. With a mix of good old fashioned freakouts and distorted guitars, these 2 artists are managing to keep the genre alive and relevant to young crowds.
serpentwithfeet's has concurred the audience with his great vocal talent. 'Bless Your Heart' is the sonic manifestation of vulnerability and power, aiming to encourage you to stay in touch with your inner lives. Watch the official video now.
Jon Hopkins is another brand-new artist of electronic music. His music style will maintain your attention and mood high and up to dance all day.
Soccer Mommy brings a keen understanding of catchy hooks and teen pressure to her traditional rock lineup of guitars, drums, and bass. Get to know her music by watching at the video below now.
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