28/06/2013 – 30/06/2013 Worthy Farm, Pilton

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28/06/2013 The Park Stage

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Southend-on-sea's greatest exports since the world's longest pier and Dame Helen Mirren return to top the bill on Glastonbury's Park Stage two year's after their Primary Colours filled set brought the John Peel stage to life on a sleepy Saturday afternoon.

Back then the London based five-piece were riding the crest of a wave of critical and public admiration brought about by their Mercury Prize nominated second album.

Primary Colours, produced by Craig Silvey, Chris Cunningham and Portishead's Geoff Barrow, set about turning The Horrors from opinion-dividing garage rockers who brought us Strange House and Sheena Is A Parasite to predominant members of the British music fraternity.

Since that memorable performance the band have built their own studio in East London's Dalston, dabbled in countless side projects, toured with Florence + The Machine and released an absorbing comeback in 2011's Skying.

Prepare yourself for all the sonic tension and intensity needed to become your Saturday night highpoint.

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  • Mirrors Image
  • I Can See Through You
  • Who Can Say
  • Blue
  • Scarlet Fields
  • Dive In
  • A Sea Within A Sea
  • Elixir Spring
  • Still Life
  • Moving Further Away

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