Most Soothing: Moses Sumney
Early-afternoon slots at Bonnaroo are notoriously tough. A lot of fest-goers haven't moseyed over to Centeroo yet, and those who have must contend with the merciless Tennessee sun. That wasn't an issue for Los Angeles singer-songwriter Moses Sumney, though, who drew a considerable crowd for Saturday's first What Stage. Drawing partially from his 2017 debut Aromanticism, the black-clad Sumney mesmerized a typically rowdy bunch with songs like "Make Out in My Car," which got an especially hypnotic treatment from his band. He also debuted some new songs, including "Rain Cloud" – which, as its name suggests, was just dreamy enough to make one forget the temperature was pushing 100 degrees. B.M.