The band took over the empty Dreamland Theme Park in Margate, England, and utilized drone technology for an unforgettable performance.
The festival returns for its 20th anniversary on September 2 – 5.
“Heat Waves” currently sits at No.1 on the Alternative Radio Chart for the second consecutive week, a first for the band.
The festival will return to Golden Gate Park for a special Halloween edition, featuring headlining performances by Lizzo, Tame Impala and The Strokes.
“Heat Waves,” first released in June 2020 prior to the band's third album 'Dreamland', continues to climb up singles, streaming and radio charts around the world.
'Heat Waves' currently has over 1.6 million global adjusted single sales and 262 million combined global streams.
The track's original version is currently exploding on streaming platforms, landing in the Top 50 across Spotify’s Global Chart, as well as US and UK charts.
The song comes off the British band’s Top Ten album, ‘Dreamland.’
The artists hooked up together for a BBC Radio 1 ‘Live Lounge’ slot
During the performance, the band were joined by hundreds of fans on ZOOM who virtually surrounded them on stage.
The band debuted the collaboration during last night’s ‘Live In The Internet’ live-stream.
This is the Tennessee festival’s third postponement this year.
Artists including The 1975, Disclosure, Glass Animals and Sam Fender are also in contention.
The event will include a full band performance plus special guests, in support of ‘Dreamland.’
The service will feature new artist interviews, performances and livestreams, as well as special releases from the GRAMMY Museum archive.