Is a new post from Foo Fighters pointing to a secret Glastonbury set?

Are they the festivals mysterious "The ChurnUps"?
Photo credit: Frances Beach

A new post from Foo Fighters has stirred up rumours that they might be the occupants of a mysterious Pyramid Stage set at this year’s Glastonbury Festival.

When the full line up arrived last week, there was an act that stood out – The ChurnUps. Due to play the Glastonbury’s main stage on Friday afternoon, speculation was quickly abound about who this act could be.

As previously reported in Dork (whooops….Ed), bets were on Pulp. But a new post from Foo Fighters has set the rumour mill in a different direction.

A quick read will see a curious reference to “churning up”, with many of the view that it cannot be just a coincidence in its similarities to the wording on the line up.

Foo Fighters have recently released their 11th studio album, with ‘But Here We Are’ arriving on 2nd June. They have also returned to the stage for the first run of shows since the death of drummer Taylor Hawkins.

The iconic American rock group are no strangers to Glastonbury, having played previously, including a headline set in 2017. Dave Grohl also made a surprise guest appearance during Paul McCartney’s headline performance at last year’s festival.

Watch this space, and you can check out the full Glastonbury line up here.

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