Kanye West Brings Sunday Service To Coachella, Reveals Church Clothes Merch
Performing his new song 'Water', West brought his secretive sermon-like gatherings to the final day of Coachella's second weekend.
It's the shows his fans have only been able to see via snippets on social media, invite-only and often accompanied by an NDA, Kanye's "Sunday Service" sessions have been likened to religious ceremonies, the early days of a cult and the most exclusive look at the recording artist's new sound.
On the second weekend of Coachella, and on Easter Sunday no less, Kanye brought his holy Sunday Service to the masses.
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While he was initially set to headline the festival, Kanye reportedly pulled out after Coachella wasn't able to build him a performance dome. Luckily they were able to build him a mountain to perform on, so Kanye and his gospel accompanying ensemble performed for three hours.
The set included covers, versions of West's classics with gospel spins and West's new song "Water".
The set was also streamed out in a telescope framing.
West also launched his special "church clothes" merch on his website, which features crewneck jumpers, t-shirts and sweatpants. There's also a Sunday Service poncho for those who can't decide if they want to wear a t-shirt or a bedsheet to church.
Apparel was also available to purchase at the festival, with responses to the solid-colour, "Trust God" and "Holy Spirit" merch ranging from disbelief to desperate.
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