Muna welcomed the “motherf—king boys” on stage during Friday’s performance
Muna closed out their performance at Coachella on Friday with “Silk Chiffon” and brought out Phoebe Bridgers for her verse on the song. Soon after, they were joined by the rest of the “motherfucking boys” of boygenius — Julien Baker and Lucy Dacus — on stage. While “Silk Chiffon” released two years ago as Muna’s first release on Phoebe Bridgers’ Saddest Factory Records, the track remains one their most addictive hits to date.
Bridgers has previously joined the band to play the song at the Governors Ball Music Festival, Forest Hills Stadium, and on the Late Late Show with James Corden. Earlier that afternoon, Muna debuted their new single, “One That Got Away,” which releases on Monday, and fan favorites from their most recent self-titled album.
Boygenius will be performing at Coachella on April 15, a day after Muna’s set.
Boygenius will follow their Coachella performance with a full tour scheduled to begin in June. The band will make 13 stops across the country with the addition of concerts planned in conjunction with the Re:SET Concert Series with Clairo, Dijon, and Bartees Strange.