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Sunday Sessions – Glastonbury 2016

Glastonbury 2016One of the biggest festivals the world has to offer has finally arrived with Glastonbury and despite the recent controversy of Brexit, people are determined to have a good time whether it is the festival-goer or the band on stage. There is a huge lineup of bands scattered across multiple stages much like every other year, with a lot of it being broadcast on both television and the internet making it as accessible as possible. The headliners include favourites such as Muse and Coldplay and newcomer Adele which went down quite well with the enormous crowd. Of course, there were bands that either nobody or very few had heard of which made things quite interesting, as well as those who have played the festival many times before. All in all, much like every year, the festival was a big hit with the big question being who will headline next year if it should take place and where will it be situated as there was talk of the show moving to another location. Below you can check out some newer artists to hit the stage playing some fantastic tracks as well as a couple of familiar faces.

AKA George – 2022

Georgie – Daylight Flood

The Vryll Society – Deep Blue Skies

Saint Sister – Cold Feet

Kiko Bun – Can’t Hold Back

Gwen and the Good Thing – White Light

The 1975 – Somebody Else

Christine and the Queens – Tilted

Rocky NTI – Ride On

Bad Sounds – Avalanche

Bastille – Good Grief

White Denim – Ha Ha Ha Ha (Yeah)

Catfish and the Bottlemen – 7

XY&O – Chameleon

Zach Said – Drag Me

Travis – Why Does It Always Rain On Me?

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