So unfortunately PALM was not able to stay the entire second day of the FYF Festival, so we’ll tell you just what we got to see. When we arrived we watched a solid performance by Neon Indian. The Austin, TX/Brooklyn band performed mostly songs off their upcoming album. Unfortunately no details were given about the album. The following set on the main stage was from Toro Y Moi, and was killer. Next, Mac Demarco was on the lawn stage with a decent set. After that Flume had the whole crowd rocking on the main stage. He even brought out Lorde as a special guest! The last act we got to say was Death Grips, who was nothing short of intense. Overall day 2 was a day to remember. Can’t wait for FYF next year!