Watch Bleachers and St. Vincent cover Depeche Mode at Coachella 2018

Bleachers' Jack Antonoff produced St. Vincent's latest album 'MASSEDUCTION'

Bleachers and St. Vincent covered Depeche Mode during the former’s set at Coachella 2018 last night (April 20).

Jack Antonoff, Bleachers frontman, has worked with St. Vincent’s Annie Clark, producing her latest album ‘MASSEDUCTION‘.

During Bleachers’ performance at the second week of the Californian festival, Clark made a surprise appearance to cover the Essex electronic band’s hit ‘Just Can’t Get Enough’. She contributed guitar and backing vocals to the rendition, of which you can watch fan-shot footage below.


At weekend one of Coachella (April 13-15), Bleachers were joined by another surprise guest when Carly Rae Jepsen joined the band to perform ‘Hate That You Know Me’ and recent single ‘Alfie’s Song (Not So Typical Love Song)’.

Antonoff recently joined Lorde to cover St. Vincent’s ‘New York’. He appeared with the New Zealand singer, with whom he has also worked, on stage at her show at New York’s Barclays Center earlier this month (April 4).

Meanwhile, fans have begun speculating that the frontman could be working with Lana Del Rey. Earlier this year the singer appeared on Instagram live, joking around in a recording studio where Antonoff could be seen sitting on a sofa in the background.

Another photo also showed the two musicians hanging out with Marina Diamandis of Marina And The Diamonds.


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