After the 2010 Glastonbury Festival, Radiohead leader Thom Yorke said that Here We Go Magic’s performance was his favourite. Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich then offered his services to the New York band. This episode led to the release of “A Different Ship,” the third album in Here We Go Magic’s short history. And the most significant one to date.
Even if Belle & Sebastian is the reason you’re headed to the Parc de la francophonie, listen closely to the eclectic indie rock served up by Here We Go Magic at the beginning of the evening. Their performance will tickle you pink!
Same day, same stage:
Born Ruffians, Belle & Sebastian