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Zooey Deschanel rocks Coachella with “She & Him”

Zooey Deschanel has gained popularity for her role in the recent hit film “500 Days of Summer,” co-starring with Joseph Gordon-Levitt, but what most indie fans love about her is her role in “She & Him,” with M. Ward. The duo put out their first album entitled “Volume One” in 2008 and first appeared publicly together at the screening of the film “The Go-Getter” at the Sundance Film Festival that year. The band has been gaining more attention, especially since Paste Magazine named their album #1 of the year. Now they played day one of Coachella, and gave the fans something to remember.

According to PE News, Deschanel came bopping out smiling as usual and started with the song “I Was Made For You.” Sporting a blue summer dress, she played the tambourine like it was her main hobby. While Deschanel normally takes the softer side of things with the smooth voice and lets M. Ward take over the reigns it was just the opposite today. Later M. Ward showed off his impressive guitar skills with the song “Why Do You Let Me Stay Here.”

Near the end, M. Ward reminded fans why they were all there exclaiming, “Happy to play at the best Coachella ever!”


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