Radiohead, Emma Watson turn out to see Wild Belle at Mulberry pool party

Hotly-tipped two-piece play at The Parker hotel near Coachella festival

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Radiohead and actress Emma Watson were amongst the crowd watching hotly-tipped Chicago duo Wild Belle at a party near Coachella festival yesterday (April 14).

Despite not performing at the festival itself, brother and sister Natalie and Elliot Bergman flew in especially to perform at Mulberry's pool party at The Parker hotel in Palm Springs.

Playing with a full five-piece band and watched by members of Metronomy, Radiohead's Colin Greenwood and Emma Watson, their set also included a cover version of The Troggs' 'Our Love Will Still Be There'.

Speaking to NME before the event, Natalie and Elliot said that they were also close to signing a record deal for their debut album.

Despite only having played a handful of live shows together, the band have been highly pursued by the music industry following their self-released debut single 'Keep You' and triumphant performances at SXSW last month.

Earlier in the weekend, Kasabian played a special acoustic gig at Mulberry's Firepit party - scroll down and click below to watch footage of them performing their 2004 single 'LSF' during the show.

Check back at NME.COM throughout the weekend to watch more video performances and interviews with all the artists playing at the Mulberry parties, plus regular news updates and photos from Coachella festival.

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Video: Kasabian - 'LSF' (Live At Mulberry's Coachella Party)

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