Taylor Swift, Kendrick Lamar and The Strokes would have headlined in what should have been the festival’s 50th year.
Bayley kicked off his 'Quarantine Covers' series on 21 March with his version of Nirvana's 'Heart-Shaped Box'.
The band's new album, 'Notes On A Conditional Form', is now set for release on 22 May.
The three-day live-streamed music festival will include 32 acts across pop, alternative, urban and dance music.
The 'Covered-19' series will see the artists release a new track entirely self-produced and recorded from her NYC flat every fortnight during the lockdown.
The band is calling on their fans to contribute quarantine-themed content for their new music video.
In a surreal trailer, Eternal Family is described an, "Artist-run membership experience and a place to try out new ideas".
The film tells the story of the collaboration between the two American rock mavericks resulting in the acclaimed 'Post Pop Depression' album.
Kevin Parker suggests fans are best to wear headphones to absorb the music.
The £1 million fighting fund would protect hundreds of British grassroots venues.
The band’s highly-anticipated fourth studio album will now be available 22 May, while their sixth single off the record will drop Friday.
The line-up includes performances by Jessie Reyez, Finneas, Kesha, Girlpool, TOKiMONSTA, Brian Fallon and more surprise guests.
The special featured performances from Billie Eilish, Shawn Mendes, Dave Grohl, Sam Smith and more, from their own homes.