You may have noticed our Coachella coverage to be a bit dry, but that's because we were too busy relaxing beyond the confines of the festival at our own little pool paradise. Just a few miles outside Indio, California, we were hosting our very own Festival Fever Sessions, where some of the top bands who had been playing in front of thousands let loose in front of our lenses.
The first band to visit our cabana was a particular group who's session was a year in the making. We had to fly over 3,000 miles to film Of Monsters and Men, but we're pretty sure their trip was even longer. Sure, the group of six from Iceland aren't used to the desert heat, but they acclimated themselves quite comfortably in front of the pool as they poured out an amazing rendition of "Mountain Sound" off their highly acclaimed 2011 debut My Head Is an Animal.