The pitifully sparse crowd inside the Sonora tent during Priests' set on Saturday afternoon made it feel like the D.C. four-piece had been stood up. Just before the band played "Nicki" (a taut homage to Nicki Minaj), singer Katie Alice Greer explained they'd even invited the Queens MC along to see the show. "I think she's really busy," she mused. But Minaj – and the majority of the festival crowd – missed out on a set of visceral post-punk, punctuated by Greer's howl. As the global political climate appeared to darken during Coachella's first weekend, Priests' primal screams of alienation landed with a greater impact than usual.