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Tame Impala share footage from their emphatic Coachella 2019 headline set

Tame Impala have shared footage of the band performing ‘Patience’ during their remarkable headline set from last summer’s Coachella Festival.

The track was only a month old at the time of their performance and was arrived as the band’s first release in four years since 2015’s Currents—a significant moment that went down a treat with the Californian crowd. The footage shared by the Aussie band is also set to feature in the upcoming documentary about the festival titled Coachella: 20 Years In The Desert.

Early this week The Streets, shared their unlikely collaboration with Tame Impala titled ‘Call My Phone Thinking I’m Doing Nothing Better’ which many people had originally assumed was an April Fools when the teaser was dropped at the beginning of the month.

However, the track is certainly no joke and is vintage Streets material which is undoubtedly the finest song which has been released under The Streets pseudonym since Mike Skinner revived it in 2017.

Tame Impala recently also had to reschedule their huge homecoming tour of Australia until December this year due to the ongoing current global health pandemic and this footage of ‘Patience’ is sure to wet the appetites of fans who have tickets to see the band later in the year, which will undoubtedly be worth the wait.

Check out the video, below.

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