Australian funk-rockers Tame Impala performed new tunes at their headlining Coachella performance on Sunday (April 14), amid a psychedelic, dazzling set that spanned the band's nearly decade-long career.
That included the summery, recently-released tracks "Borderline" and "Patience," which mark Tame’s first hints of new music since their 2015 album Currents and fit right in with the band's trademark hazy sound. In the time between, bandleader Kevin Parker has collaborated with Mark Ronson, Travis Scott, Lady Gaga, ZHU, Theophilus London and others as a producer and songwriter.
But the performance revisited the past just as much as it looked toward the future, incorporating almost the entirety of Currents -- from the surging "Let It Happen," which kicked off the set, to album standouts like "The Moment," "Eventually" and "The Less I Know The Better." The band also threw it back to their foot-stomping 2012 Lonerism hit "Elephant."