Governors Ball 2018: 20 Best Things We Saw

Highlights from New York's biggest summer bash, including Pusha T's surprise set and Yeah Yeah Yeahs' heartrending comeback

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Best Singalong: Third Eye Blind
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Best Singalong: Third Eye Blind

"I'm sick as fuck!" shouted Third Eye Blind frontman Stephen Jenkins, who'd been battling a bout of bronchitis in the days leading up to the fest. "They shot my neck up with steroids," he added. "But I could still use your help!" Fans from Generation X to Z happily obliged in singalongs, duly carrying all the high notes in "Jumper" and "How's It Going to Be." Jenkins also championed this weekend's protest against gun violence, organized by the non-profit Everytown for Gun Safety. Wearing an orange guitar strap and wristband, Jenkins proclaimed, "We don't have to cower and submit to those who perpetuate gun violence!" The band followed a fittingly sloppy cover of Babyshambles' "Fuck Forever" with an extended, soul-quenching performance of "Semi-Charmed Life." S.E.

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