Run the Jewels, Mac DeMarco, and More Hop in the Black Cab for Field Day

by Brice Ezell

10 June 2015

The back of a London black cab may not be the most spacious of venues, but artists like Run the Jewels know how to make the best of it.

London’s Field Day Festival was as big as ever this year, and in addition to the big festival stages, a variety of artists, including Run the Jewels, Mac DeMarco, and Baxter Dury cozied up in the back of a London black cab to play some of their newest tune for the Black Cab Sessions. View five of those performances in the playlist video below.

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