London Grammar have confirmed themselves for Glastonbury

They revealed the news while on t'radio last night.
London Grammar are the latest band to confirm themselves for this year’s Glastonbury.

The band revealed the news during a BBC Radio 2 line session for Jo Whiley last night (Tuesday 21st February). Their last appearance at the festival came back in 2013, when they played the John Peel stage.

They join the already confirmed Radiohead, Wiley and The Avalanches on the line-up. Foo Fighters were heavily rumoured to be revealing themselves as the event’s second headliners last night, but any announcement failed to arrive.

Glastonbury takes place between 21st and 25th June 2017.

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