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Noel Gallagher on seeing Kneecap at Glastonbury 2024: “I couldn’t believe how enjoyable it was” - www.nme.com - Ireland
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13.07.2024 / 10:29

Noel Gallagher on seeing Kneecap at Glastonbury 2024: “I couldn’t believe how enjoyable it was”

Noel Gallagher has opened up about seeing Kneecap at Glastonbury 2024 saying he “couldn’t believe how enjoyable it was”.Kneecap played two sets over the weekend at the event, and took part in a Q&A about their upcoming self-titled biopic.The Irish rap trio unveiled the official trailer film, which stars Michael Fassbender, earlier this month. The film was also previewed at Glastonbury Festival’s cinema tent, Pilton Palais, last weekend.Speaking to Matt Morgan, Gallagher revealed that he’d caught one of Kneecap’s sets over the Glastonbury weekend and praised the band for their performance.He said: “We went to see this Northern Irish street kids called Kneecap…they’re kind of pro Republican rappers…“We get there and the tent is absolutely fucking smashed packed – you couldn’t get in.

Watch the moment ‘explainer’ Ros Atkins delivered drum & bass remix of BBC News theme at Glastonbury 2024 - www.nme.com
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13.07.2024 / 09:41

Watch the moment ‘explainer’ Ros Atkins delivered drum & bass remix of BBC News theme at Glastonbury 2024

BBC News theme at Glastonbury.Atkins, who’s known for his ‘explainer’ videos, performed a DJ set at the Stonebridge bar over the weekend.Sharing the remix at the end of his set, which featured drum & bass DJ Crissy Criss, he wrote: “Thanks for the messages about a recording of my Glastonbury set. I do have some clips. When I contacted @davidlowemusic2 and @CrissyCriss about a Drum&Bass remix of the BBC News theme, it was with the idea of playing it at the end of my set.

Watch: Banksy shares footage of IDLES immigrant boat stunt from Glastonbury 2024 - www.nme.com
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12.07.2024 / 19:45

Watch: Banksy shares footage of IDLES immigrant boat stunt from Glastonbury 2024

IDLES‘ immigrant boat stunt during their performance at Glastonbury 2024.The dummy-filled boat was launched into the crowd on the Other Stage last Friday (June 28), unbeknownst to the band, during their pro-immigration track ‘Danny Nedelko’.The boat was a visual reference to the current migrant crisis, which has become the focal point of Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s immigration policy. The stunt has since been slammed by Home Secretary James Cleverly who called it “vile”.He told Sky News: “There are a bunch of people there joking and celebrating about criminal actions which costs lives, people die. People die in the Mediterranean, they die in the Channel.

Fontaines D.C. at Glastonbury 2024 on ‘Romance’, looking forward and their love of KoRn - www.nme.com - Ireland
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30.06.2024 / 22:47

Fontaines D.C. at Glastonbury 2024 on ‘Romance’, looking forward and their love of KoRn

Fontaines D.C. caught up with NME backstage at Glastonbury 2024, where we spoke about what to expect from new album ‘Romance’, their Glasto schedule clash with IDLES, and being proud of their love of nu-metal KoRn.Friday night saw the Irish post-punks play a blinding set headlining The Park Stage, receiving a glowing five-star review from NME. However, some fans were dismayed that the Glasto schedule meant choosing whether to watch them or IDLES’ stellar set at The Other Stage.“‘Clash Of The Shitans’, we’re calling it,” IDLES guitarist Mark Bowen told NME about the clash.

Here’s everything Justice played at Glastonbury 2024 - www.nme.com - France
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30.06.2024 / 22:47

Here’s everything Justice played at Glastonbury 2024

Justice have closed out Glastonbury‘s West Holts stage with a spectacular set – here’s everything they played tonight (June 30).The French electro-house duo returned to the festival seven years after they last performed at the West Holts stage in 2017. This year, they played through their most recent album ‘Hyperdrama‘, with hits including their Tame Impala collaboration ‘One Night/All Night’.They also brought back old classics including ‘D.A.N.C.E’ and ‘Genesis’, both taken from their seminal debut self-titled album (2007).After an electrifying light show and over an hour of invigorating basslines, the DJs then concluded their show with ‘Neverender’, where they walked into the crowd and at one point stood on the shoulders of festival-goers to raucous applause.Take a look at a snippet of Justice’s triumphant closing show here and check out their setlist below:Given up on SZA.

Glastonbury 2024: here’s what SZA played to close out the show - www.nme.com
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30.06.2024 / 22:47

Glastonbury 2024: here’s what SZA played to close out the show

SZA has wrapped up her headlining set at the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury, drawing the 2024 edition of the festival to a close – here’s what she played.After teasing a new album at BST Hyde Park, SZA took over the Pyramid Stage as the final headliner at Worthy Farm 2024, which was mired by technical difficulties for a good portion of its runtime.For around 30 minutes, fans live-streaming SZA’s set were unable to hear the ‘Kill Bill’ properly, with some complaining that the mic was faulty and muddy. Once the issue was fixed however, SZA sounded great and went on to deliver an enchanting performance.SZA kicked off her set with ‘PSA’ and ‘Love Galore’, and played other hits like ‘F2F’ and ‘Kill Bill’ later on in the show.SZA performando ‘Love Galore’ no Glastonbury, em Londres pic.twitter.com/D0jrU4lA0R— SZA ICONIC (@szaiconic) June 30, 2024.@SZA performing ‘Snooze’ at Glastonbury! pic.twitter.com/P5MsEVAup2— SZA Source (@sourcesza) June 30, 2024.@SZA performing ‘Low’ at Glastonbury! pic.twitter.com/Lu4GFa2lJZ— SZA Source (@sourcesza) June 30, 2024‘PSA’‘Love Galore’‘Broken Clocks’‘All The Stars’‘Prom’‘Garden (Say It Like Dat)’‘Drew Barrymore’‘F2F’‘Forgiveless’‘Ghost in the Machine’‘Blind’‘Shirt’‘Kiss Me More’ (Doja Cat cover)‘I Hate U’‘Snooze’‘Kill Bill’‘Low’‘Special’‘Open Arms’‘Nobody Gets Me’‘Normal Girl’‘Saturn’‘Rich Baby Daddy’ (Drake cover)‘The Weekend’‘Good Days’’20 Something’For Sunday’s performances, Avril Lavigne treated the Other Stage to an unashamed nostalgia fest, earning the Canadian pop-punk princess a three-star rating.

Glastonbury 2024: Here’s everything London Grammar played in their cathartic headline performance - www.nme.com - George
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30.06.2024 / 22:47

Glastonbury 2024: Here’s everything London Grammar played in their cathartic headline performance

London Grammar gave an emotional headline performance on Glastonbury‘s Park Stage tonight (June 30). Here’s what they played.Lead singer Hannah Reid was visibly stunned as she took to the stage prior to the band’s third Glastonbury performance.

Here’s what Romy played at Glastonbury 2024 - www.nme.com - USA
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30.06.2024 / 22:47

Here’s what Romy played at Glastonbury 2024

Romy has graced Glastonbury‘s Woodsies stage today (June 30) with a lush, romantic setlist – here’s what she played this year.The xx member took to Woodsies a day after her surprise appearance with Jessie Ware to play through hits from her latest album, ‘Mid Air‘, including ‘Enjoy Your Life’ and ‘She’s On My Mind’.Romy took to the stage at the beginning of her set to congratulate the crowd for making it to the last day of the festival: “You’ve made it to Sunday, you’re all legends… let’s keep it going!”She also acknowledged her performing on the last day of Pride, adding: “This is for all my queers in the crowd… Let’s go lesbians!”Along with her remix of Ariana Grande‘s ‘Into You’, Romy also covered The xx’s ‘Angels’, before closing out with her Fred again.. collaboration ‘Strong’.

Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright at Glastonbury 2024: ‘Shaun of the Dead’, sequels and their plans to make another movie - www.nme.com - Britain
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30.06.2024 / 22:47

Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright at Glastonbury 2024: ‘Shaun of the Dead’, sequels and their plans to make another movie

Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright have spoken to NME about the 20th anniversary of their beloved ‘rom-zom-com’ Shaun of the Dead, which were they presenting at the Pilton Palais cinema at Glastonbury Festival.The filmmaking duo, the who created the so-called Cornetto Trilogy – comprised of Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and The World’s End – between 2004 and 2013, also discussed approaches they have received to “sequelize” the film and their plans to make a new movie.NME: Hi Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright! Have you been surprised by the amount of renewed interest in Shaun of the Dead lately?Simon Pegg: “It’s kind of never really gone away since we made it… Whenever there was some crisis, that meme of me with the beer popped up. But it’s nice to get to 20 years and realise that people are still talking about it.”Edgar Wright: “Also, I think the main subject of conversation is people saying: ‘Oh, fuck! That was 20 years ago! Oh my God – I’m old! What have I done with my life?”Pegg: “We always said that we weren’t parodying zombie movies with Shaun of the Dead; we were parodying romantic comedies – if we were parodying anything. Shaun of the Dead is a zombie movie; there’s no satirical edge there aimed at the genre itself.

AURORA at Glastonbury 2024 on her Bring Me The Horizon collab and Wembley plans - www.nme.com - Norway
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30.06.2024 / 20:39

AURORA at Glastonbury 2024 on her Bring Me The Horizon collab and Wembley plans

AURORA caught up with NME backstage at Glastonbury 2024 to tell us about working with Bring Me The Horizon and her plans for Wembley Arena. Watch our video interview and check out the full chat below.Shortly before she took to the stage for a blissed-out performance at The Park, the Norwegian art-pop star spoke to us backstage to share what it was like to lend her vocals to BMTH’s ‘Limousine’ from new album ‘Post Human: Nex Gen‘.When asked about the collab earlier this month, Bring Me frontman Oli Sykes told NME: “I know what I wanted on that song and that was someone to bring something that could level it up – someone like a really ethereal, haunting, beautiful, voice,” he told NME.

Glastonbury 2024: Here’s everything Avril Lavigne played - www.nme.com
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30.06.2024 / 20:39

Glastonbury 2024: Here’s everything Avril Lavigne played

Avril Lavigne made her debut performance on Glastonbury‘s Other Stage today. Here’s what she played.In one of the weekend’s most highly-anticipated performances, Lavigne delighted fans with a setlist jam-packed with nostalgic hits.

Glastonbury 2024: English Teacher on the “classic, timeless” power of Richard Hawley’s music - www.nme.com - Britain - London - New York - New York - city Sheffield
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30.06.2024 / 20:39

Glastonbury 2024: English Teacher on the “classic, timeless” power of Richard Hawley’s music

English Teacher have spoken to NME about their love for Sheffield songwriter Richard Hawley and his Standing At The Sky’s Edge musical – watch the interview above.Speaking at Glastonbury 2024, vocalist Lily Fontaine, alongside guitarist Lewis Whiting and bassist Nicholas Eden, told us about their experience of seeing the show, which is currently playing in London’s West End. The production interpolates a slew of tracks from across Hawley’s discography, including 2006’s Mercury-nominated ‘Coles Corner’ album.“After our recent New York show, I went outside and a guy came up to me and said, ‘I really enjoyed the set. I live here but I’m from Sheffield’,” Fontaine said.

Glastonbury 2024: Louis Tomlinson brings huge screen to the festival just to watch the Euros - www.nme.com - Slovakia
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30.06.2024 / 20:39

Glastonbury 2024: Louis Tomlinson brings huge screen to the festival just to watch the Euros

Louis Tomlinson has apparently brought a huge TV screen to Glastonbury 2024 to catch the England game today (June 30).Worthy Farm announced ahead of this year’s edition that they would not be screening the Euros, but eager fans were not left disappointed.Festival-goers spotted a huge flatscreen TV in the campsite to watch England compete against Slovakia – and it turns out Tomlinson was the one who brought the TV.The former One Direction star not only brought a TV, but a generator, a TV stand and a dongle, according to The Guardian. Fans can even spot the man himself in the middle of a sea of people huddled around the screen.Tomlinson apparently left the site to purchase the screen at Argos that morning, adding: “It’s the second screen I’ve bought.

Glastonbury 2024: Janelle Monae stuns despite thin crowd - www.nme.com
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30.06.2024 / 20:39

Glastonbury 2024: Janelle Monae stuns despite thin crowd

Janelle Monae has wrapped up her Pyramid Stage performance at Glastonbury 2024 – check out fan reactions below.On Sunday (June 30), Monae took to the Pyramid Stage shortly after Shania Twain for a powerful showcase of audio and visual excellence. She kicked off her set with ‘Float’ and ‘Champagne Shit’, decked out in flowers.After an outfit change, Janelle Monae returned with bangers ‘Django Jane, ‘Q.U.E.E.N.’, Electric Lady’ and ‘Lipstick Lover’ among others.Social media has reacted favourably to Janelle Monae’s set, with one X user writing: “Holy moly Janelle Monae can really sing”.

Glastonbury 2024 fans issue complaint over Shania Twain set and say 'gutted' - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk
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30.06.2024 / 16:25

Glastonbury 2024 fans issue complaint over Shania Twain set and say 'gutted'

Those tuning in to watch all the Glastonbury Festival 2024 action were left 'gutted' as they issued complaints over Shania Twain's performance. The country singer took to the Pyramid Stage in the coveted Legends slot on Sunday (June 30).

IDLES tell us about the Fontaines D.C. clash at Glasontbury 2024 – and if the Pyramid Stage beckons - www.nme.com - Ireland
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30.06.2024 / 14:57

IDLES tell us about the Fontaines D.C. clash at Glasontbury 2024 – and if the Pyramid Stage beckons

IDLES have spoken to NME about stepping up to headline Glastonbury in the future, and their “Oasis vs Blur” rivalry over their set clash with Fontaines D.C. Watch our interview with the band above and check out the full chat below.Just before the band headlined The Other Stage on Friday (June 28), frontman Joe Talbot and guitarist Mark Bowen caught up with us backstage, where we also talked about the new positive outlook within the group, who’s the best dancer, and what the future may hold.Many fans were frustrated that their set overran with that of Fontaines headlining The Park that night. When we asked the Irish post-punks what they made of it, they told us that IDLES must be “shitting themselves”.

Band spark BBC mayhem with crowd surfing 'migrants' and chants of 'F*** the King' - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Manchester
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30.06.2024 / 10:47

Band spark BBC mayhem with crowd surfing 'migrants' and chants of 'F*** the King'

Rock band IDLES caused shockwaves throughout their riotous Glastonbury set on Friday, with a series of political statements, including a mass chant of 'F*** the King'.

Glastonbury 2024: recap the biggest headlines from Saturday - www.nme.com - Britain
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30.06.2024 / 03:33

Glastonbury 2024: recap the biggest headlines from Saturday

Glastonbury 2024 (Saturday, June 29) has come to a close – from Coldplay’s record-breaking headline set to Kasabian’s secret show at Woodsies, these are the biggest headlines from the day.Baroque-pop band – and NME Cover stars – The Last Dinner Party played two unreleased songs, ‘Second Best’ and ‘The Killer’, to a packed-out audience at the Other Stage (that included Furiosa star Anya Taylor-Joy and model-actress Cara Delevingne).Before playing their breakout debut single ‘Nothing Matters’, lead vocalist Abigail Morris addressed the upcoming UK general election on July 4, asking voters to “protect each other and just having some fucking empathy”.After weeks of persistent rumours of a Kasabian secret set at Glastonbury, the Leicester band finally confirmed Saturday afternoon that they would perform at Woodsies at 6pm.In an interview with NME before the set – which was so crowded that fans were turned away – frontman Serge Pizzorno promised “a powerful hour”. “We’re trying to cram in as much as can,” he added.

Glastonbury 2024: Sleaford Mods unimpressed with crowd at their Woodsies performance - www.nme.com - Britain - Madrid - Palestine
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29.06.2024 / 23:39

Glastonbury 2024: Sleaford Mods unimpressed with crowd at their Woodsies performance

Sleaford Mods‘ Glastonbury 2024 performance has won over social media fans, but the band seemed less than impressed at the live crowd.The duo performed on the Woodsies stage at 9pm tonight (June 29). Opening with their 2023 track ‘UK GRIM’, it was a high-energy set, with a setlist that spanned their 17-year career.Their fourth Glastonbury appearance went down well on social media, with one Twitter user calling it “brilliantly mental”, and another saying it was “a joy to behold”.Well well , who’d have thought it , after all these years Sleaford Mods smashing a greatest hits set at Glastonbury.A joy to behold.

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