BBC - The Streets - BBC Glastonbury Festival - 2011

Steve Lamacq

16:00 – 19:00 // In the studio next is Marc Riley

Wed 22nd June – Sun 26th June 2011

Worthy Farm, Pilton

The Streets

Poet of 21st Century Britain

Mike Skinner (aka The Streets) first came to prominence with 2000’s ‘Has It Come To This’, and he has been chronicling the highs and lows of 21st century Britain ever since - telling us how it really is with his own particular brand of rap and garage.

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Set list Powered by Songkick

  • 1.

    Trust Me

  • 2.

    Don't Mug Yourself

  • 3.

    Let's Push Things Forward

  • 4.

    Puzzled By People

  • 5.

    ABC

  • 6.

    Escapist

  • 7.

    OMG

  • 8.

    Borrowed

  • 9.

    Weak Become Heroes

  • 10.

    Too Late

  • 11.

    Never Be Friends

  • 12.

    Soldiers

  • 13.

    Blinded By The Lights

  • 14.

    Heaven For The Weather

  • 15.

    Dry Your Eyes

  • 16.

    Turn The Page

  • 17.

    Fit But You Know It

  • 18.

    Hell

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