Originally published by The Wall Street Journal, as part of their story ‘Behind the Scenes at Coachella With Jamestown Revival.’
Jamestown Revival’s Jonathan Clay and Zach Chance walk to the artist compound on April 18, 2015. Mr. Clay and Mr. Chance grew up together in the small Texas town of Magnolia. This year is their Coachella debut.
An aerial view of Coachella.
Mr. Chance takes a dip in the hot tub.
From left, Mr. Clay, Ed Benrock, and Mr. Chance in Los Angeles between Coachella weekends one and two. Jamestown Revival wrote its first full-length album, ‘Utah,’ and has since moved back to Austin, Texas, after signing a record deal with Republic Records.
Mr. Chance in rehearsal in Los Angeles.
Mr. Clay and Jamestown Revival perform at the Outdoor Theatre at Coachella on April 18, 2015. The band performed both weekends.
Jamestown Revival performs at the Outdoor Theatre at Coachella. The band has been on the rise since the beginning of last year, selling out shows in New York and Los Angeles.
Mr. Chance on stage.
The Coachella campground. Coachella tickets sold out in less than an hour when they went on sale online earlier this year.
The crowd at Coachella.
Festival-goers walk through the grounds on Friday night weekend two at Coachella.