After a very long two years of anticipation, Coachella returned for two full weekends of music, memories and merry mayhem. With notable absences like Kanye and show stopping performances from the likes of The Weeknd and Swedish House Mafia, L.A. Weekly Music Editor Brett Callwood writes that nothing, absolutely nothing, beat the enthusiasm and determination of indie-pop artist Bishop Briggs. Heavily pregnant and sweltering in the desert sun, the artist performed her classic hits as well as her newest singles. Both songs are incredibly personal, with intimately emotional meaning Briggs. Intrigued as he was impressed, Callwood was able to find a moment to chat with the singer songwriter to find out, in her own words, what it’s like to be on the Coachella stage.
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