The Governors Ball Music Festival is here in a few short days. To help attendees create their daily Gov Ball schedules, we’re sharing our recommendations for artists to consider checking out on Sunday.

ella jane

Singer-songwriter ella jane is known for her gritty pop tracks. Her debut album, THIS IS NOT WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE!, marked an explosive start to her career with hit tracks like “nothing else i could do” and “bored&blind.” 

In 2022, the indie-pop artist released her second album, Marginalia, a collection of spirited coming-of-age bops.

Watch the video for ella jane’s “I Wanna” below.

Cat Burns

London’s Cat Burns combines pop, folk, R&B, gospel, and more to craft her elegant sound. The artist gained traction after sharing songs like “go” on TikTok.

The track later appeared on her 2022 EP, emotionally unavailable. Since then, she has continued to impress with singles like “people pleaser” and “live more & love more.”

Watch the video for Burns’ newest single, “you don’t love me anymore” below.

Maude Latour

Maude Latour’s bouncy pop tracks have racked up tens of millions of streams. Notably, her song “One More Weekend” blew up after its release in 2020.

Since signing with Warner Records, the New York-based singer has continued to refine her sound with Strangers Forever and 001.

Check out the music video for her latest release, “I am not the sun,” below.


PinkPanteress became a viral phenomenon after sharing “Break It Off” and “Pain” on TikTok. She has continued to earn recognition with her bass and sample-infused tracks. 

The London-based artist has teamed up with prominent artists like Skrillex, Lil Uzi Vert, and Willow. Most notably, her collaboration with Ice Spice, “Boy’s A Liar Pt. 2,” reached number three on the Billboard Hot 100. 

Watch the video for “Boy’s A Liar Pt. 2” below.

Sofi Tukker

Sofi Tukker’s music is a playful medley of pop and house. The duo became a global sensation with her GRAMMY-nominated debut song, “Drinkee.” Their debut album, Treehouse, arrived in 2018 and was also nominated for a GRAMMY.

Over the years, Sofi Tukker has collaborated with artists like Lady Gaga, Icona Pop, and Benny Benassi. 

Watch the video for Sofi Tukker’s hit song “Purple Hat” below.


R&B artist Giveon gained recognition after featuring on Drake’s “Chicago Freestyle.” He went on to release the GRAMMY-nominated EP Take Time, which featured the RIAA-certified platinum song “Heartbreak Anniversary.” 

Giveon also featured on Justin Bieber’s massive chart-topping single, “Peaches” and Drake’s “In the Bible.”

View the video for Giveon’s massive hit “Heartbreak Anniversary” below.

Lil Nas X

Lil Nas X is an Atlanta-based rapper who made his name known with the record-breaking hit, “Old Town Road.” The GRAMMY-winning artist went on to release hits like “Panini” and “Rodeo” from his 2019 EP titled 7. 

Lil Nas X’s momentum did not let up, as he continued to top the charts with his debut studio album Montero. The iconic album challenged cultural norms with its boldly queer visuals.

Watch the video for “Montero (Call Me By Your Name” below.

girl in red

Indie-pop artist Marie Ulven Ringheim, aka girl in red, kicked off her career with her home-recorded EPs. She quickly became popular with indie-pop song, “I Wanna Be Your Girlfriend”

The artist released her debut album, if i could make it go quiet, in 2021 to critical acclaim. Her latest release, “October Passed Me By,” is a follow up to her 2018 smash hit, “we fell in love in october.” Earlier this year, girl in red also opened for Taylor Swift on her Eras Tour.

You can view the music video for “October Passed Me By” below.

Kendrick Lamar

Kendrick Lamar is one of the most prominent rappers of his time with works like Good Kid, M.A.A.D City, To Pimp a Butterfly, and DAMN. The artist’s introspective storytelling has earned him numerous awards, including a Pulitzer Prize and numerous GRAMMYs.

In the months following his Emmy-winning headline performance at the Super Bowl LVI halftime show, Lamar went on to release his fifth studio album. The album, titled Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers, reached number one on the Billboard 200.

Check out the video for Lamar’s track “Count Me Out” below.

The Gov Ball Sunday lineup features a diverse range of artists, from chart-topping sensations to rising stars. The talented roster is sure to close out the festival on a high note. For a full list of artists performing Sunday, see the list below. To plan your schedule, view Sunday set times here or in the Gov Ball app.

Check out our artist recommendations for Friday and Saturday at Gov Ball.

Listen to our Gov Ball playlist below.

All Sunday Gov Ball Artists

School of Rock Brooklyn
Haiku Hands
ella jane
Charlie Burg
Coast Contra
Maude Latour
Cat Burns
Phony Ppl
Sabrina Claudio
black midi
Central Cee
Ari Lennox
girl in red
Pusha T
Sofi Tukker
Lil Nas X
Kendrick Lamar