28 Meith 2013 – 30 Meith 2013 Worthy Farm, Pilton


Dé hAoine 28 Meith 2013 Pyramid Stage

Put On Your Dancing Shoes

Back in 2006, album Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not became the fastest selling debut by a band, attributed in part to the internet changing the face of music forever. Four school friends from the Steel City were behind this revolution, creating a monumental lasting impact with their no-nonsense, adrenalin-fuelled guitar music.

Alex Turner's genius at writing lyrics centred within the everyday made the masses fall in love with their paeans to modern life. Creating music that distils influences from greats such as The Libertines, The Smiths and Queens of The Stone Age, but uses them in a distinctly Monkey style to give each of their accomplished 4 studio albums a colour of its own.

Having recorded their fifth album in the iconic Joshua Tree desert, these trailblazers are returning to deliver more moody masterpieces you'll soon know every word to. With their memorable first Glasto headline set back in 2007, it's time for a rematch. Turner's firebrand of Northern indie is the perfect way to kick off the Pilton party in ecstatic fashion.

Seinnliosta ar Pyramid Stage ar 28 Meith 2013 ag Worthy Farm, Pilton

  • Do I Wanna Know?
  • Brianstorm
  • Dancing Shoes
  • Don't Sit Down Cause I've Moved Your Chair
  • Teddy Picker
  • Crying Lightning
  • Brick By Brick
  • Fake Tales of San Francisco
  • Thunderstorms
  • Old Yellow Bricks
  • Pretty Visitors
  • I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor
  • Do Me A Favour
  • R U Mine?
  • Mad Sounds
  • Flourescent Adolescent
  • A Certain Romance
  • Cornerstone
  • Mardy Bum
  • When The Sun Goes Down
  • 505


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