Glastonbury festival approaches! And if you are one of those lucky enough to have a ticket, here’s an invitation to come down to the legendary John Peel Stage, which this year has moved into the next field away from Silver Hayes.
This year we have none other than Sigur Rós headlining Friday night. I know. I can’t wait either. A more amazing live music experience may be hard to imagine, but Explosions in the Sky are on only 3 hours before them, and may well at least come close. 2 of the most symphonic rock bands of the last 30 years on the same night!
The ultimate one man band and utterly likeable chappie Jack Garratt, Canadian harmony kings Half Moon Run and M83 will all be spectacular in each their own way and I’m hugely looking forward to the enigmatic Elle King who’s on Friday afternoon.
We have the pride of the Danish music business – none other than Mø, alongside other huge acts Band of Horses, Of Monsters and Men, Bat For Lashes and Jake Bugg. Also hugely looking forward to Dan Stuart and the Twin Tones kicking off the festival on Friday.
3 acts I didn’t know until recently, the amazing Ozzy singer Matt Corby, fellow Ozzies Tired Lion and winners of Glasto’s emeerging talent contest She Drew The Gun (check out their song Poem) kick off the Sunday morning. Alunageorge, Mac DeMarco, the chilling Aurora from Norway (she’s fab…and not just when she’s doing Oasis covers at Xmas), Rat Boy, Example, Låpsley, Palace, Mystery Jets (love this band!), the wonderful no bullshit Alessia Cara, Nothing but Thieves and Dua Lipa…sound good to you?
But happy of all happies for me is that John Grant is playing. Thank you music gods (you know who you are!).
Oh, did I mention Fatboy Slim? Yeah, he’s on too 🙂 What a party!
If you’re at Glasto, come by, say hello and enjoy some of the most fantastic music on this planet.