It’s the band’s biggest ever headline show but nothing feels out of reach.
The band has been an ever-present force in 2016 but they’re still finding ways to excite and enchant.
It’s still scrappy but PUP have grown into something pristine.
The band are back and ferociously present.
Their set is full of glittering emotion and limitless inspiration.
Even if Simon Neil is wearing a coat.
Modern Baeball, right?
Does exactly what it says on the tin.
“We’re Waterparks and we’re making promises we can’t keep,”
Their music soars and soars.
They flit from being grungy and sombre to melodic and massive.
It’s early doors on the last day but this set is wide awake.
Business with a capital B. And some exclaimation marks.
They make it look easy.
It’s a slightly calmer option to the noise all around. Slightly.
Chaos as usual.
Full hearts can’t lose.
Their set in The Pit feels very right.
At their peak but a long way from peaked.
An indefinite hiatus looms but that’s not getting in the way of today.
Ten years in and the festival isn’t slowing down yet.