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 Stage Presence: LANY
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Best Stage Presence: LANY

In spite of their minimal aesthetic, indie pop group LANY held down the main stage on Saturday afternoon with confidence – and came off cooler than just about anybody else at the fest. Leading with sparkling Eighties guitar tones and drum machines, LANY regaled the crowd with fan favorites such as "4EVER!" and "ILYSB," as well as releases from their 2017 self-titled LP. Enigmatic frontman Paul Jason Klein carried the sea of fans through his passionate delivery of the starry-eyed, gushy pop tracks, losing himself in smooth dance breaks and even climbing onto the audience barricade for a pseudo-crowd surf during "Made in Hollywood." LANY's star power was both out-of-this-world and incredibly effortless. S.B.

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