Daft Punk, Phoenix, Yeah Yeah Yeahs & Rolling Stones playing Coachella?

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2013 hasn’t even officially started and the Coachella rumors are already piling on. This one’s a bit interesting; live event social calendar site, Songkick reportedly sent out an email alerting fans of Daft Punk, Phoenix, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and even The Rolling Stones that they’d all be playing at next year’s Coachella. There’s a screenshot of the email blast below.

Daft Punk, Phoenix, Yeah Yeah Yeahs & Rolling Stones playing Coachella?

Could it be fake? We wouldn’t be surprised. Could it be a genuine screw-up on Songkick’s part? Well, it wouldn’t be the first time an online concert calendar failed to keep a secret. Just this weekend The Rolling Stones’ official mobile app accidentally leaked festival appearances, including Coachella 2013.

Also, Phoenix and Yeah Yeah Yeahs have confirmed albums for the spring of 2013, so it seems like a foregone conclusion that the two would play Coachella.

But what about Daft Punk? Any rumor involving those two usually makes our bullshit detector go off. Discuss on Facebook.

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