While we’re left starved of a Foo Fighters Glastonbury headline set for another year thanks to Dave’s poor sense of special awareness, there was still plenty of good stuff at this years Glastonbury to be envious of. Luckily, thanks to cameras and The BBC, you can watch these highlights without getting your shoes muddy.
After a triumphant headline set at Download festival a few weeks ago, Enter Shikari took to the less familiar space of Glastonbury for a charged performance. With an arena tour booked for early next year, watch ‘Torn Apart’ and get excited at the prospect of Enter Shikari on a big stage all of their own.
Death From Above 1979 took to the John Peel Stage for their first ever appearance at Glastonbury. Tracks from 2004’s ‘You’re A Woman, I’m A Machine’ sound as vibrant as ever while new material, like this performance of ‘Trainwreck 1979’ saw jaws hit the floor.
Armed with their signature brand of emotional anthems, Twin Atlantic captivated The Other Stage on Sunday afternoon (up against Lionel Ritchie, no less).
“This is our most famous song, let’s see if you recognise it,” offered Lemmy before Motorhead tore into ‘Ace Of Spades’. It looks like a few of the Pyramid Stage’s crowd did.