Glass Animals bring fruity fun to Glastonbury 2017

Unstoppable and infectious, they’re a band who will in no doubt be a mainstay of this years festival season.
You’ll find no better soundtrack to will a sunny Worthy Farm afternoon than Glass Animals. Exotic and poppy in all the right ways, the moment they take to the stage the clouds feel a million miles away. Opening with ‘Life Itself’, frontman Dave Bayley wastes no time in setting the pace by jumping and dancing around the stage with zero abandon.



A set rife with feel good tracks that are impossible to not dance too, the majority stem from last years ‘How To Be A Human Being’. Standing alongside this new arsenal of tracks are older releases ‘Agnes’ and ‘Gooey’, the latter of which sees Dave talk about how he and his bandmates were regular visitors to the fest and how it feels different being on the other side of the barrier – something he swiftly takes care of by making his way into the middle of the crowd.



One thing you can’t miss is the sea of pineapple related inflatables, from beds to comedically sized versions, including the glittery, gold centrepiece the band have. They’re all present and correct for the chorus of ‘Pork Soda’, a track which is also met with the largest applause, that sends the crowd into a fruit waving frenzy – albeit a groove driven one where the desire to dance outweighs the need to get chaotic.



Glass Animals have it all. Unstoppable and infectious, they’re a band who will in no doubt be a mainstay of this years festival season.

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