26 – 29 Jun 2015, Worthy Farm, Pilton
Goat
Goat
Sun 28 Jun 2015 The Park Stage
The Masked Destroyers

It feels like anonymous costumed psychedelic rock collective Goat were made to play Glastonbury and it was no surprise that the Swedish group stole headlines after their epic 2013 performance on the West Holts stage. Back then, they played songs from their wild debut, World Music - a heady gumbo of funk, afrobeat, krautrock, chants and tribal drums; this year, they come equipped with tracks from their equally far-out second album, Commune - a 6 Music favourite.

For Goat, the word ‘commune’ doesn’t just mean living collectively (as many band members claim they do) - it’s a vision they have for a less individualistic, more caring world; an attitude that chimes perfectly with the masses of Glastonbury in 2015, as do their exquisite space-rock jams.

It feels like anonymous costumed psychedelic rock collective Goat were made to play Glastonbury and it was no surprise that the Swedish group stole headlines after their epic 2013 performance on the West Holts stage. Back then, they played songs from their wild debut, World Music - a heady gumbo of funk, afrobeat, krautrock, chants and tribal drums; this year, they come equipped with tracks from their equally far-out second album, Commune - a 6 Music favourite.

For Goat, the word ‘commune’ doesn’t just mean living collectively (as many band members claim they do) - it’s a vision they have for a less individualistic, more caring world; an attitude that chimes perfectly with the masses of Glastonbury in 2015, as do their exquisite space-rock jams.

Goat at Glastonbury 2015

Set List on The Park Stage on 28 Jun 2015 at Worthy Farm, Pilton

Words
Talk To God
Gathering Of Ancient Tribes
Let it Bleed
Disco Fever
It's Time For Fun
Goathead
Goatman
Run to Your Mama
Hide From The Sun
Goat Slaves