Arlo Parks


Lorde Says ‘F*ck The Supreme Court’ And Performs With Clairo And Arlo Parks During Her Glastonbury Set

This year’s Glastonbury Festival has featured a number of artists taking political stances in favor of women’s rights. That’s because the showcase kicked off shortly after the US Supreme Court overturned Roe V. Wade which guaranteed the right to an abortion for women all over the country. During the weekend, Kendrick Lamar, Phoebe Bridgers, Olivia Rodrigo (with help from Lily Allen), and Green Day all used the Glastonbury stage to share their thoughts about Roe V. Wade being overturned. Lorde has now joined that list as she also gave the US Supreme Court a piece of her mind.

Glastonbury reviews: Phoebe Bridgers, Sigrid and Arlo Parks

Phoebe Bridgers – John Peel★★★★★At the John Peel Stage, Phoebe Bridgers puts on one of the performances of the day. In what is her first Glastonbury, her songs adroitly switch between sardonic and sad, that honeyed voice filling the tent like a heat-haze. From the second she breaks into the breathtaking “Motion Sickness”, about Ryan Adams, she has the audience completely rapt. “Who wants to say f*** the Supreme Court?” she says, in response to the news in the US today. “F*** America. Irrelevant old motherf***ers.” The overbidding sentiment is one of joy, though: there are lovely renditions...

BET Awards 2022: Who is Arlo Parks? 5 Things to Know About The Rising UK Artist

Poet and singer Arlo Parks is the latest songbird making news out of the East London music scene. Born Anaïs Oluwatoyin Estelle Marinho, Arlo is of Nigerian, Chadian, and French descent and is inspired by a wide range of artists from Radiohead to Solange. Her 2021 debut and critically acclaimed studio album, Collapsed did exceptionally well, reaching number three on the UK Albums Chart and earned her several nominations at home and across the pond including one for “Best New International Act” at the BET Awards 2021.

Phoebe Bridgers Joined Arlo Parks At Coachella To Perform A Duet Of ‘Black Dog’

If there’s one thing the Coachella festival does better than most, it’s in yielding a ton of surprise on-stage collaborations throughout the weekend’s celebration. People have been swooning over Billie Eilish bringing out Khalid and Gorillaz leader Damon Albarn during her headlining set on Saturday, just as much the world is taking notice of Brazilian pop sensation Anitta after she brought out Snoop Dogg and Saweetie for her Friday Coachella debut. Meanwhile, on the indie side of things, London’s Arlo Parks brought out Phoebe Bridgers to perform Parks’ hit “Black Dog” and all of the feels ensued.

Arlo Parks Joins Phoebe Bridgers at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival

Photo via Arlo Park’s Official Instagram account. Over the weekend, Phoebe Bridgers made her Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival debut at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, Calif. The performance featured a Punisher-heavy setlist and a sit-in by British singer and poet Arlo Parks. The set kicked off...

Watch Arlo Parks join Phoebe Bridgers for a pair of songs at Coachella

Phoebe Bridgers performed at Coachella last night (April 15), and was joined on stage by Arlo Parks for a couple of tracks at the end of her set – see footage below. Bridgers took to the Outdoor Theatre stage ahead of Louis The Child and King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard for a 12-track set that included her hits ‘Kyoto’ and ‘Punisher ‘.

Phoebe Bridgers at Coachella review: A glorious gothic fantasy complete with surprise Arlo Parks cameo

Most folk musicians don’t enter a festival stage to the pounding sounds of heavy metal, but Phoebe Bridgers isn’t most folk musicians. Brandishing a custom black battle axe of a guitar and wearing a glamourous, diamanté version of her trademark skeleton outfit – which tonight is more gothic high fashion label Vampire’s Wife than trick-or-treater – the Los Angeles singer-songwriter has managed to create a world that’s entirely her own.Bridgers is among the high-profile musical performers who took the stage on Friday (15 April) at Coachella, which returns to California after a two-year hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Against...

Watch Phoebe Bridgers Duet With Arlo Parks, Perform New Song at Coachella 2022

Phoebe Bridgers made her Coachella debut. During her Friday evening set, Bridgers played music from her 2020 album Punisher, brought out Arlo Parks for duets of “Graceland Too” and “I Know the End,” and sang her new song “Sidelines” live for the first time. Watch highlights from Bridgers’ Outdoor Theatre performance below and follow along with all of our Coachella 2022 coverage.

The MixtapE! Presents the 2022 Coachella Playlist With Harry Styles, Arlo Parks and More New Music Musts

Watch: Harry Styles' "Watermelon Sugar" Music Video Is All About Touching. New Music Fridays are a thrilling, yet daunting prospect for any music lover. It's essentially a weekly holiday where fan-favorite artists and fresh faces alike drop their latest offerings for all the world to hear, flooding streaming services and digital retailers with an onslaught of aural goodies (and if we're being honest, usually a few stinkers, too). But who has the time to sit there and listen to everything before updating their playlists?