On the secondary stage and also debuting in Portuguese lands, the enigmatic London Black Midi, at 20:30, has risen in the underground antenna since 2016, thanks to their explosive performances, but only this year released "Schlagenheim", the first feature film. – duration of the rapidly rising English quartet.
The experimental Deerhunter indie is back at Taboão River Beach at 9:10 pm this time to present January's “Why Hasn't Everything Already Disappeared?”, A critically acclaimed work, as well as the artist who follows them. an hour later on the secondary stage.
Connan Mockasin is Connan Hosford's alter ego, emerging in 2011 after the frontman disengaged from the band Connan & the Mockasins to form a solo project so that he could express himself without barriers. Since then, it has released Forever Dolphin Love (2011), Caramel (2013) and the latest 2018 Jassbusters, all of them hits with critics and indie and soft rock audiences.
This is followed by Spiritualized space rock and shoegaze that, after six years of hiatus due to health problems of founding member Jason Pierce, returned to the studio to record the long-awaited eighth album “And Nothing Hurt”, 2018, which British magazine New Musical Express (NME) called it "fragile, improbably beautiful ode to life itself."
Closing the main stage, Father John Misty returns to the festival after one of the best performances in the 2015 edition, and to Portugal after performing at Primavera Sound, last year, in the presentation to the Portuguese public of “God's Favorite Customer”. , released in 2018, which followed 2017's Pure Comedy.
Although there is no confirmation of a new album, Josh Tillman's alter ego has debuted new songs on the 'tour' such as 'Tell It Like It Is' or 'Time Makes a Fool of Us'. 'right arm' Jonathan Wilson.
On stage after hours, space for the Peaking Lights, starting at 2am. The San Francisco native duo combines elements of dub, krautrock, disco and psychedelic pop and marked the tenth anniversary with the release of the Sea of Sand EP (2018), seeking to celebrate this date with the audience of Paredes de Coura.
Closing the night, the disco and psychedelic sounds of the Londoner Romare dj set, starting at 3am, which on the two albums “Projections”, 2015, and “Love Songs: Part Two”, gained recognition for mix different styles of music and musical instruments.
The Vodafone Paredes de Coura festival ends Saturday with names such as Suede, Patti Smith, Freddie Gibbs and Madlib or Kamaal Williams, as well as the Portuguese Sensible Soccers, Goose and Time for T.