Despite a deceptive name, Portugal. The Man comes out of Alaska. Nothing could better combat the cold than the burning groove of “Feel It Still”, crowned at the Grammy Awards and watched more than 100 million times on YouTube. This irresistible funk, the masterpiece of their latest album, put the band in the spotlight ten years after they served up their first psychedelic tunes. Produced by Danger Mouse and Mike D of the Beastie Boys, Woodstock features a redoubtable melodic efficacy. A pop turn in the discography of Portugal. The Man, which explores the imaginary of the legendary 1969 festival. The singer had the idea after finding a ticket for Woodstock at his parents’ house: his album describes the world falling apart, with optimism and hope. And a good dose of groove!