Wild Beasts are unstoppable at Glastonbury 2017

The intricacies of the Wild Beasts sound aren't lost on The Other Stage.
Though it may be windy and cloudy, Wild Beasts are unstoppable in their Saturday afternoon slot. Jam-packed with exotic sounds, they not only bring out all their big hitters but there feels to be a hidden level to their set as sound radiates from them.

The intricacies of the Wild Beasts sound aren’t lost on The Other Stage, with everything coming together perfectly – including frontman Hayden Thorpe and Tom’s opposing falsetto and tenor vocals.

During finale ‘Celestial Creatures’, Hayden steps out beyond the stage to repeat the outro refrain of: “These are blessed times that we’re living in / Down here on earth all is forgiven”, in a moment that is both captivating and memorable.

With the entire festival centred around making the world a better place, Wild Beasts make sure to give it a soundtrack that’s incredibly powerful – and impossible not to dance to.

You can watch Wild Beasts’ Glastonbury set in full here.

Wild Beasts played:

Big Cat

A Simple Beautiful Truth

We Still Got The Taste Dancin’ On Our Tongues

He the Colossus

Hooting & Howling




Alpha Female

Get My Bang

All the King’s Men

Celestial Creatures

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