"Ah, the twilight of Coachella," singer Davey Havok noted from the stage inside the Gobi Tent, as the sun slid behind the mountains. The singer best known for his leading the band AFI, Havok was dressed to impress in an all-pink ensemble of suit and tie, with a pencil-thin mustache. Like Havok, the other members of Dreamcar have all experienced the highest forms of alternative rock and pop success: drummer Adrian Young, guitarist Tom Dumont and bassist Tony Kanal have seen Grammy Awards and platinum sales as members of No Doubt. But if their new band isn't yet well known enough to fill a Coachella tent, the freshly minted quartet looked unfazed and ready to introduce themselves, beginning with "After I Confessed," the opening track on the band's self-titled debut, due next month. The No Doubt dudes were all dressed in shades of white and joined on the bandstand by two additional singers and a keyboardist. On "The Assailant," Havok sang "No, no, don't make me say it ..." with bite and romantic anger, as Dumont stepped up for a New-Wave-y cowboy solo.