Sasquatch ’15 Yearbook: Sunday, Fun Day Bests

Day three at Sasquatch can be a make it or break it event: too slow and it could lower motivation, but too much could lead to exhaustion. Luckily, it was exactly what we needed it to be with a combo of both: starting out a bit slow, but the middle of the day picked up and set the pace well into the evening. Here’s the best of day three:

Most likely to rule the world:

Kate Tempest

Kate Tempest at Sasquatch 2015

Kate Tempest… I may be biased, as I’ve been listening to her album pretty often for the past few months, but this woman will certainly change the world. From the moment she started speaking she had the crowd in the palm of her hand. You never would have guessed that this was her first US tour, not to mention her first American festival. She rapped both a cappella and with a backing band gaining a very sizable crowd that guarantees next visit she will be playing a much bigger stage. Girl crush fully acquired.

Most likely to start a modeling career:


Temples at Sasquatch 2015

Temples… every one of them is beautifully androgynous and have achieved some level of cool that I don’t even know that I can begin to understand. Once you’re done reliving the 60s via their album, Sun Structures (which is a perfect summer album, by the way), check out their cheekbones. It’s ridiculous!

Most talented:

St Paul and the Broken Bones

St Paul and the Broken Bones at Sasquatch 2015

St. Paul and the Broken Bones… sometimes a big band sound can fall flat at a festival, this was not the case for St. Paul and the Broken Bones. As soon as Paul Janeway strutted onto the stage every person within earshot was instantly entranced. If you are looking for a truly interactive show, look no further: St. Paul and the Broken Bones will leave you reeling for days.

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