Saturday, 25 June 2011

Summer or Bummer (Glasto Special) Part 2

Glastonbury coverage kicked off last night with Fearne Cotton and Reggie Yates live from Worthy Farm. INCREDIBLE! It was all about the folk in my opinion. Out of the acts from Wednesday's SorB I thought Fleet Foxes were the best with their lovely melodic harmonies and melodies; I wish they'd played more. Following them narrowly it has to be Mumford and Sons' amazing performances of some of their new songs. They didn't have to keep apologising about it. I know it wasn't on the post but Katy B did a lovely acoustic version of Broken Record. In third and fourth place were rock bands Biffy Clyro (put some clothes on boys) and The Vaccines (could have done better i.e. not starting with Post Break Up Sex). The Bummer acts were Two Door Cinema Club who were okay and then at the bottom The Wombats. They weren't anywhere near as good as anyone else. Wu-Tang Clan also performed but the sound quality on the recording was a bit messy. Tonight we've got:

Jessie J
Tinie Tempah
Paolo Nutini
Friendly Fires
Aloe Blacc
The Chemical Brothers
Janelle Monae
Big Boi

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