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Little Mix’s Jade Thirlwall confirms cameo in Fontaines D.C.’s ‘Starburster’ video at Glastonbury 2024 - www.nme.com
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13.07.2024 / 07:54

Little Mix’s Jade Thirlwall confirms cameo in Fontaines D.C.’s ‘Starburster’ video at Glastonbury 2024

Little Mix‘s Jade Thirlwall has confirmed she appeared in the forthcoming video for Fontaines D.C.‘s recent song ‘Starburster’.The low-key announcement came in the form of an off-the-cuff shot during an Instagram carousel of photos of her at Glastonbury over the weekend. One of the images saw her wearing a t-shirt that read: ‘I’m in a Fontaines D.C.

Kneecap at Glastonbury 2024 on their love of Fontaines D.C. and Lewis Capaldi – and an apology to Paul Mescal - www.nme.com - Ireland
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13.07.2024 / 02:32

Kneecap at Glastonbury 2024 on their love of Fontaines D.C. and Lewis Capaldi – and an apology to Paul Mescal

Kneecap caught up with NME backstage at Glastonbury 2024, where the Belfast rap trio told us about their love of Fontaines D.C., a dream duet with Lewis Capaldi, plans for new material, and an apology to actor Paul Mescal. Watch our video chat with the band above, and check out the full interview below.The Irish language band caught up with NME in between their two explosive sets at the festival, with one first thing Saturday morning on Woodsies and the other at 1.30am up at Shangri-La’s new Peace stage.Both were packed, and the latter saw them invite Park Stage headliners Fontaines D.C. frontman Grian Chatten out to perform their collab ‘Better Way To Live‘ from their acclaimed 2024 debut album, ‘Fine Art‘.We had a quick chat with the headline-grabbing trouble-starters to talk about who they’d been hanging out with backstage, the critical success of their upcoming self-titled film, and what to expect from their next album already in the works.NME: Hello Kneecap. How have you been this past few weeks since we last spoke for the NME Cover?Mo Chara: “It’s been too long.

PJ Harvey played surprise hometown gig ahead of Glastonbury 2024 set - www.nme.com - Centre
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13.07.2024 / 02:12

PJ Harvey played surprise hometown gig ahead of Glastonbury 2024 set

PJ Harvey played a secret surprise gig for her hometown ahead of her performance at Glastonbury 2024.On Thursday (June 27), the musician surprised the residents of Bridport, Dorset – the town where she grew up near and is a resident in – to a show at the Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens on the Jurassic Coast.The gig served as a warm-up for her Glastonbury set and was kept under wraps with the exception of notices posted in Bridport town centre. The only way to purchase a ticket was by showing up in person and buying one from the Bridport Arts Centre or Bridport Tourist Information Centre.The following day (June 28) Harvey took over the Pyramid Stage at the annual Worthy Farm music bash and opened her set by enlisting artist Marina Abramović to deliver a speech to the crowd before encouraging them to participate in a seven-minute silence.You’re in for a treat if you’re watching the awesome PJ Harvey at #Glastonbury today.

Justice at Glastonbury 2024: “At the shows, we don’t really care if you even know our music” - www.nme.com - France
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13.07.2024 / 01:50

Justice at Glastonbury 2024: “At the shows, we don’t really care if you even know our music”

Justice caught up with NME at Glastonbury 2024, and opened up about fans’ response to new music, what goes into their live show, and the one thing all their collaborators have in common. Watch the interview above and read the full chat below.The French electronic duo, comprised of Gaspard Augé and Xavier de Rosnay, spoke to us backstage at the Worthy Farm festival, shortly before they took to the West Holts Stage to headline the final night (Sunday, June 30).The interview came following them sharing their fourth album ‘Hyperdrama’ in April, which also marked their first new material in eight years.

Watch The Streets mix Black Sabbath’s ‘Iron Man’ with ‘Has It Come To This’ at Glastonbury 2024 - www.nme.com - Birmingham
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13.07.2024 / 00:48

Watch The Streets mix Black Sabbath’s ‘Iron Man’ with ‘Has It Come To This’ at Glastonbury 2024

Glastonbury 2024, The Streets paid homage to fellow iconic Birmingham band, Black Sabbath – watch footage below.During their Saturday (June 29) set on the Other Stage, the band blended the ominous sounds of metal classic ‘Iron Man’ with lyrics from their ‘Original Pirate Material’ track ‘Has It Come To This’.Skinner was playfully interacting with the crowd as riffs played out, chucking up devil horns and headbanging and they transitioned into an explosive rendition of ‘Fit But You Know It’.Throughout the performance, Skinner was joking with the audience and joining them in the crowd, with many fans then taking to social media to declare their set was a highlight of the weekend.Master Peace, who Skinner brought out for ‘Wrong Answers Only’ was among those reacting online, taking to X/Twitter to say: “Played Glastonbury yesterday, with the streets, what a time to be alive …”Other fans commented that the band were: “Utter chaos, utter class,” and “the highlight of Glastonbury so far”. Check out more fan reactions and a full setlist below:pic.twitter.com/owntEJGJUZ— .

Watch Dua Lipa’s viral reaction to busker performing to her at Glastonbury 2024 - www.nme.com
nme.com
12.07.2024 / 23:49

Watch Dua Lipa’s viral reaction to busker performing to her at Glastonbury 2024

Dua Lipa reacting to a busker performing to her while at this year’s Glastonbury Festival has been going viral.Lipa was the first artist to headline Glastonbury this year, ahead of Saturday headliner Coldplay and Sunday’s SZA, bringing out Kevin Parker as a surprise guest to sing Tame Impala’s ‘The Less I Know The Better’.While hanging backstage in the camping grounds, the ‘New Rules’ singer was stopped by @liamcmusic_ – a busker known for his social media videos of him playing his ukulele and performing songs to musicians.The clip sees Lipa caught off guard as Liam approaches her, ready to play his new song. “My name is Liam C, and I saw your Camden documentary and I thought it was amazing.

Watch Bob Vylan join Soft Play for ‘One More Day Won’t Hurt’ at Glastonbury 2024 - www.nme.com
nme.com
12.07.2024 / 21:25

Watch Bob Vylan join Soft Play for ‘One More Day Won’t Hurt’ at Glastonbury 2024

Soft Play were joined onstage by punk duo Bob Vylan at Glastonbury 2024 – watch footage below.During their stint on the Other Stage last Sunday (June 30), drummer Isaac Holman told the crowd: “We’re gonna invite some friends onto the stage,” before the band joined them for a riotous performance of ‘One More Day Won’t Hurt’.Bob Vylan have been a significant force in the trajectory of Soft Play, and were partially responsible for the duo changing their name from Slaves in 2022, following conversations between Vylan vocalist Bobby and Holman.Soft Play and Bob Vylan…..brilliant #Glastonbury2024 pic.twitter.com/gEY0tWHPIF— WarrenPeace (@WarrenPeace_75) June 30, 2024When the band announced the change two years ago, it was coupled with a statement explaining that the original name was supposed to reflect “the grind of day-to-day life,” with the acknowledgement that it didn’t “change the fact that the name Slaves is an issue”.Holman later explained he’d discussed the racial insensitivity of the band’s name with Bobby. “He basically said we were one of his favourite bands but he wouldn’t wear our merch,” explained Holman.Guitarist Laurie Vincent also said at the time: “If he felt uncomfortable about liking us, there must be others who feel the same way.”In their statement, the band wrote that they had “responded to criticism of the name from a place of fear and defensiveness,” and shared fears about losing their identity as a unit alongside the name.“It took years of therapy to see past that,” Vincent told NME. “In the end, it just became tiring.

Paloma Faith addresses the criticism female acts faced during Glastonbury 2024 - www.nme.com
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12.07.2024 / 20:35

Paloma Faith addresses the criticism female acts faced during Glastonbury 2024

Paloma Faith has hit out at critics of Glastonbury 2024’s female performers, calling the social media response “absolutely appalling”.Faith, who performed on the Pyramid Stage yesterday (June 30), mentioned artists such as Little Simz, Janelle Monae, Dua Lipa and SZA in a post responding to backlash levelled at female artists over the weekend.Dua Lipa, who performed on Friday (June 28) was accused of miming, while SZA’s headline slot on Sunday was plagued by audio issues and an uncharacteristically small crowd.The day after performing her comparatively smoother set, during which she covered Amy Winehouse, Faith took to X/Twitter to say: “The way people criticise the women who performed at @glastonbury online is absolutely appalling.”The way people criticise the women who performed at @glastonbury online is absolutely appalling.I think people need to understand that women are not on stage to be ridiculed and shamed we are there in all our boss bitch power and we stand by one another.GIVE WOMEN A BREAK pic.twitter.com/goleam3XQY— Paloma Faith (@Palomafaith) July 1, 2024Personally I watched women perform my fave shows of Glastonbury @LittleSimz @JanelleMonae @sza and @DUALIPA were my faves for entertainment power and talent that I managed to catch this year and Janelle's speech about marginalised Communities got me in the heart.— Paloma Faith (@Palomafaith) July 1, 2024 “I think people need to understand that women are not on stage to be ridiculed and shamed we are there in all our boss bitch power and we stand by one another.

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.

Sienna Miller's Barbour wellies from Glastonbury 2024 are now on sale at Asos - www.ok.co.uk - Britain
ok.co.uk
12.07.2024 / 19:16

Sienna Miller's Barbour wellies from Glastonbury 2024 are now on sale at Asos

Sienna Miller, the undisputed queen of festival fashion, didn't disappoint with her style choices at Glastonbury 2024.The 42-year-old actress switched up her usual boho aesthetic for a fresh new look that was all about 'heritage chic'. Instead of her go-to maxi dresses and fringed accessories, Sienna opted for a more practical yet equally stylish ensemble. She wore Barbour's Check Charlene Showerproof Jacket (which has now sold out on their website thanks to her influence), paired with white slouchy balloon trousers and Barbour's Wilton Wellies.

Beth Ditto at Glastonbury 2024 on Gossip’s return: “It felt exactly the same as ever” - www.nme.com
nme.com
12.07.2024 / 18:01

Beth Ditto at Glastonbury 2024 on Gossip’s return: “It felt exactly the same as ever”

Beth Ditto spoke to NME at Glastonbury 2024 to tell us about the return of Gossip for their first new album in 12 years. Watch the interview in full above and check out the full chat below.The singer caught up with us backstage at the Worthy Farm festival, shortly before Gossip headlined the Woodsies stage.

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

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