Kanye West's Coachella edition of Sunday Service, recent MAGA co-signings be damned, was truly a thrill to behold. In addition to the unveiling of calming new cut "Water," West—as those who've followed the Sunday Service proceedings on social media expected—ran through a number of classics, mostly reworked and/or stripped down to their essential musical elements.
But a West moment isn't a West moment without some wallet-injuring merchandise to commemorate it, and Coachella x Sunday Service was no exception. As festival attendees already know, the early morning Easter performance was celebrated with a range of pieces emblazoned with phrases like "Sunday Service at the Mountain," "Holy Spirit," and "Trust God."
The collection also includes a Sunday Service poncho and a double pack of Jesus Walks socks. The collection starts at $50 for the socks and runs up to $225 for the Holy Spirit crewneck. To try your hand at the online stock, head here.
Yandhi is still the presumed title of West's upcoming new album, which follows last year's Ye, arguably the most divisive solo release of his career. The album was originally expected to arrive in late 2018, although those plans were ultimately shelved. His recent guest appearances include spots on YNW Melly's "Mixed Personalities" and XXXTentacion and Travis Barker's 2018 Skins cut "One Minute."