The iTunes Festival last night opened with a bang last night as Lady Gaga returned to London to open this years festival with material her forthcoming album ‘ARTPOP’.
If you missed the performance you can still watch it on iTunes here ahead of tonights performance by icelandic post-rock band Sigur Rós.
Lady Gaga took to the stage at the iTunes Festival last night after a 25 minute delay and wowed the crowd for 70 minutes.
This was her first full performance featuring material from her upcoming album ‘ARTPOP’ which is due out 11th November since she had to cancel shows due to requiring surgery.
Performing her new single ‘Applause’ Lady Gaga also sung ‘MANiCURE’, ‘Sex Dreams’, ‘Jewels And Drugs’, ‘Swine’, ‘Aura’, ‘ARTPOP’ and ‘I Wanna Be With You’ which will be on her new album due later this year.
Sigur Rós have been active in the music industry since 1994 and while not as well known as perhaps Lady Gaga but they’ve still got a huge following across the world.
Heading into the iTunes Festival Sigur Rós have seven studio albums under their belt including the 2013 ‘Kveikur’.
Sigur Rós will bring a mysterious ethereal sound to their performance at the iTunes Festival tonight with a mixture of bowed guitar, falsetto vocals. Throw in some classical and minimalist aesthetic elements and Sigur Rós is the finished product.
Ahead of tonights performance the band and their fans took to Twitter to share their excitement and some fans dismay at not being able to attend.
“@sigurros – a little under 24hours until #iTunesFestival http://bit.ly/15r1p90 #sigurroslive”
@sigurros Holy shit! Currently in London, can’t wait to see u guys!!!!!!!!!!! Aaaahhhhhh!!! #excited #justabit ;D” “@TooaPenny – @sigurros I wish I was going… :(” “@EdManNastyy69 – “@sigurros: a little under 24hours until #iTunesFestival http://bit.ly/15r1p90 #sigurroslive” YASSS KINGS!!! CAN’T WAIT!!”
Sigur Rós take to the stage tonight at The Roundhouse in Camden, London at 9pm (GMT) tonight with support from American indie pop band Poliça at 7:45pm.
If you haven’t heard Sigur Rós before then have a listen to ‘Brennisteinn’ below which is taken from their 2013 album ‘Kveikur’.