If small bands made a big impact on Down the Rabbit Hole‘s first day, then it’s safe to say that they made an even bigger impact on the second. Yesterday’s hot-as-fuck Saturday once again saw the best performances take place on the festival’s intimate Fuzzy Lop stage, including show-stopping sets from the raucous IDLES and menacing Thee Oh Sees. Talking Heads’ David Byrne proved to be the real highlight, though, presenting a full field with cuts from new album American Utopia and subsequently turning the Hotot stage into a cathartic audiovisual experience for one and all. Jack Parker was once again present and correct, and below you’ll find what he captured throughout the course of the day.

YUNGBLUD

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HANNAH WILLIAMS & THE AFFIRMATIONS

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CALEXICO

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FIRST AID KIT

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SAMPHA

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IDLES

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DAVID BYRNE

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THEE OH SEES

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ANDERSON .PAAK & THE FREE NATIONALSuntitled-95-2 untitled-100-2 untitled-102-2 untitled-103

Down the Rabbit Hole concludes today with sets from Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, Jungle, Franz Ferdinand and Shame.