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Coachella Madness: Flume Steals The Show, Harry Styles Calls Men Trash, Billie Eilish Makes History & More

19 April 2022 | 1:11 pm | Staff Writer

As expected, there was a whole heap of massive moments across the weekend at Coachella. From Harry Styles' headline performance, Flume's guest packed set, a record-breaking Billie Eilish performance and more. Here are all the crazy moments.

Harry Styles Performs Two New Songs & Says Men Are Trash

Harry Styles stole headlines across the weekend, performing two new tracks from his forthcoming third album, Harry's House titled Late Night Talking and Boyfriends. He also brought out special guest, Shania Twain, who performed Man! I Feel Like A Woman! and You're Still The One. Styles told the story on stage about the influence her music had on him as an artist. “In the car with my mother as a child, this lady taught me to sing. She also told me that men are trash.”

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Billie Eilish Was The Youngest Person To Headline Coachella

Saturday was headlined by the youngest person to ever top the bill at the festival, the one and only Billie Eilish. She brought out Khalid, Finneas, Gorillaz legend Damon Albarn and Posdnuos. 

Danny Elfman Performs Songs From 'The Simpsons'

A rare appearance from the legendary composer, Danny Elfman performed a range of songs from the films he's scored, from Edward Scissorhands, Batman, and a rocking version of The Simpsons theme song. 

Flume Brings Out Vince Staples, MAY-A, Caroline Polachek & More

Flume brought out a range of his collaborative stars throughout his set at Coachella, ahead of the release of his third album Palaces set to arrive next month. They included MAY-A for Say Nothing, Beck for Tiny Cities, Vince Staples for Smoke & Retribution, Caroline Polachek for recent single Sirens and Tove Lo for Say It as well as KUCKA, Lauren and Oklou. 

Brockhampton Perform Penultimate Set And Announce Surprise Final Album

Brockhampton performed their final ever set before the band goes on an indefinite hiatus. The group also confirmed that there will be another, final record coming later this year. It was hinted at in a video at the end of their set, where Kevin Abstract introduced the idea of a "group album, it's about the group". He then tweeted confirming it, saying the final brockhampton album 2022.