A compilation of visuals accompanied by minimal reading for midnight sufferers of Post Laneway ’15 Withdrawal Symptoms.
Australian duo Angus & Julia Stone croon and move in unprecedented synchrony from time to time.
Sibling telepathy, perhaps?
Night falls over the most colorful crowd Laneway Festival Singapore has seen in its five years running.
Local band Hanging Up The Moon eases us into the chilly evening with stripped-down psychedelia.
Future Islands takes all first-time live listeners by surprise as vocalist Samuel T. Herring belts out each gutsy note with equally impassioned gestures.
St. Vincent executes elaborate riffs without batting an eyelid, all while delivering the most flawless vocal performance, comic-cosmic choreography included.
FKA Twigs fills the stage with intrepid genre-crossing dance moves and
has us transfixed with her otherworldly pitch.
Chet Faker layers, loops and genuinely has a blast while exhilarated fans sing along,
“really in tune!” he later notes.
Photos by Alexandra Teng