The Nashville quintet heads to California this weekend for Coachella

By Madison Vain
April 13, 2016 at 01:10 PM EDT
Joshua Black Wilkins

Nashville-based quintet Moon Taxi have been putting out meticulously crafted prog-rock since meeting while attending Belmont University a decade ago. Heavy touring and a handful of albums earned them a rabid grassroots fan base, but their most recent album, last fall’s Daybreaker, has brought them to bigger stages. Current single “All Day All Night” was picked up for a McDonald’s spot, the group recently nailed an appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers. This season they’ve got festival billings at Coachella, Firefly, Forecastle, and Hangout.

En route to Indio, California for Coachella, frontman Trevor Terndrup and keyboardist Wes Bailey share what the group will cue up for this summer’s long bus rides.