Beck, Pres Hall & "Daft Punk" Help Arcade Fire Close Coachella

Canadian rockers Arcade Fire brought the second weekend of Coachella to a close with a number of guest appearances last night in Indio, CA. The set started with what appeared to be the two members of Daft Punk coming out to play what Billboard referred to as a "slowed-down, slinky version of 'Get Lucky." It's thought that the robots Win Butler welcomed to the stage weren't actually Daft Punk members Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, though there's been no official confirmation one way or the other.

Once Butler cut off "Daft Punk," Arcade Fire proceeded to deliver a lengthy set heavy on songs from the recently-released Reflektor LP. Arcade Fire's set included the tour debut of "Crown Of Love" and saw Beck emerge to help out on a cover of Prince's "Controversy." Preservation Hall Jazz Band came out at the end of the performance to parade around the crowd with Arcade Fire during the "Wake Up" finale as they did last weekend.

Check out some of the "Daft Punk" appearance:

Here's the setlist from last night's Arcade Fire performance:

[Published on: 4/21/14]

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