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"My name is Carla Morrison and I'm from Mexico," said the singer/songwriter to a cheering crowd that was ready to sing along with her on a hot Friday afternoon in the Indio, CA desert.
Morrison, who made her Coachella debut at the Outdoor Theatre stage, sang heartfelt songs such as "Déjenme Llorar," "Vez Primera" and "Azucar Morena." "Dreams do come true," she told her fans as she left the stage. While dozens wait in a packed VIP entrance line, security got in a verbal disagreement with a woman about cutting in line.
It hardly mattered though, as frontman Yannis Philippakis came out into the crowd, and his bandmates made every last note hit home. The best moment of Day 1 very well may have been when Gallant -- already in the midst of an astounding set of synth-y R&B backed by a live band -- brought out Seal for not one but two songs.
After Seal called him "the future," they duetted on the British crooner's hit "Crazy" and then traded vocals on Gallant's breakthrough song "Weight in Gold." While some festival cameos seem done for the sake of having 'a moment,' this felt like two guys doing it for the pure, magical love of music. It's extraordinary that Of Monsters And Men -- seemingly an interloper in the great folk-pop scene of 2012 -- have so many songs that have become modern rock staples.
His chemistry was most palpable when he gazed at their larger-than-expected crowd and saw a man staring back while sitting on a friend's shoulders: the fan and Alexander traded verses to each other, a clearly spontaneous moment in a set full of manufactured ones. p.m.
French-Cuban duo Ibeyi took the Mojave stage just before the sun started setting.
Nearly every ohh-ohh-ohh in the Icelandic band's set was recognized even by passing fans, justifying their prime sunset placement even if it all felt a bit lightweight. Backstage following his well-received Mojave Stage set, Gallant plays host to a horde of well-wishers.
Breathtaking visuals accompanied the twins' powerful vocals and their unique rhythm and beats.
The sounds ranged from reggae to R&B to their version of Silento's "Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)" -- an unexpected addition to their setlist that made everyone whip and nae nae with the twins. Despite the sand-whipping winds, Vancouver live-electronic duo Bob Moses draw a respectable crowd at the Gobi Stage.