Tame Impala has shared pro-shot footage of “Patience” from the band’s April 13th, 2019 performance at Coachella Music Festival. This footage of Tame Impala performing the 2019 single was originally featured in Coachella’s new 20 Years In The Desert documentary, which premiered via YouTube on April 10th.

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“Patience” came in the two-slot of a 16-song setlist that opened with “Let It Happen”, off the band’s 2015 album Currents. The clip opens with a wave of cheers as keyboardist Jay Watson launches into the song’s chord progression. Tame Impala-brainchild Kevin Parker then enters with his soaring, reverberating vocals before showing off his shaker and guitar skills. While Parker is the only “official” member of the band, this particular performance featured six musicians on stage, complete with a guitarist, bassist, keyboardist, drummer, and percussionist. The sextet navigates the spacey song with ease, crafting a danceable groove that keeps the tens of thousands of fans in the crowd moving.

Watch the band perform “Patience” at Coachella 2019 below.

Tame Impala – “Patience” – 4/13/19

[Video: Tame Impala]

The Tame Impala “Patience” clip follows The White Stripes“Dead Leaves And The Dirty Ground” video from Coachella 2003 as the second standalone release from the 20 Years In The Desert documentary.

Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Tame Impala’s spring and summer tours are in doubt, as the crisis has caused a shutdown of virtually all live events. For the latest Tame Impala tour information, visit the band’s official website. Additionally, view Live For Live Music’s updated concert cancellation tracker here.