Damn,am I ever liking Elbow. I don't know who was saying something about U2, but they give me more of a Gomez vibe with the occasional Sting voice tinge or something? I dunno, I'm shit at describing music and you all know it.
That was just me being an asshole. The only thing they have in common is being anthemic stadium rock. Gomez is a much better comparison.
Haha, don't listen to me at all! Start with Drums Not Dead because it's the best mix of accessibility and quality. If you're really dedicated I guess you can start from their first album and work through all of them. They sound nothing like their first album anymore but it's a stupidly good album and they have had one of the most interesting career paths of the last decade.
It really is difficult to choose. May will be the first Sasquatch since 2010 where I'm actually enthused about all the headliners, along with the potential of a Cut Copy late-night set. I can't say the same about July, although Kraftwerk is right next to Outkast at the top of my hype list. Soundgarden isn't for me and I got what I needed out of New Order at Coachella last year. July has the better sub-headliners easily and maybe edges out May's undercard overall. At first glance Friday in May is the best individual day for me of the six, but has conflict potential everywhere. I especially fear that Sasquatch will deprive me of a Mogwai show yet again by putting them up against Outkast. And the thought of enduring Foster The People in order to get up front for Outkast disturbs me to my core.
So both, I guess.
This is basically how I feel although I like the undercard in May better.
Julysquatch appeals to a lot of people here but doesn't look anything like a normal Sasquatch lineup. I'm kind of baffled that everyone here is this excited about New Order though, waste of a headliner imo...