After the throngs of people slowly filed out of Florence + the Machine’s set, the Google Play stage provided a prime pitstop en route to Jack White. Already pulsing away was the Big Pink, whose crowd was a fraction of the size of Florence’s—but with speakers a thousand times as loud. Like a sonic punch to the eardrum, the British group made their way through tracks like “Rubbernecking” and “Hit the Ground (Superman).” Joined by drummer Victoria Smith, Robbie Furze and Milo Cordell worked a concentrated crowd of devout fans with their mixing boards and guitar. Their electro-rock provided a nice middle ground for both Perry's Stage devotees and, well, everyone else. Oddly, the most entertaining part of the stage dynamic came from a middle-aged woman placed to the side that was translating the entire set into sign language. Who knew drum beats could be translated? The Big Pink certainly covered all of their bases.