26 – 29 Jun 2015, Worthy Farm, Pilton
Florence + the Machine
Florence + the Machine
Fri 26 Jun 2015 Pyramid Stage
She's Still Got the Love

Florence’s Glastonbury journey began on the John Peel Stage in 2009, the year her debut album Lungs came out. She had been featured heavily on BBC Introducing, who had taken a shine to her first single - the 2008 garage band stomp Kiss With A Fist - and kept an eye on her progress, voting her third in the Sound of 2009 poll. This was the beginning of her startling ascent. By the time she returned a year later, she was already pop royalty and Lungs was one of the best selling albums of the year.

Five years on, and Florence has continued to call down the very heavens with her voice, while dressing like an elvish princess. Her songs are primal rites, invoking water spirits and unknowable rituals across a second album - Ceremonials, a hit in America - and now a third, the extravagantly titled How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful.

All of which makes her an ideal choice to step up to fill the all-important Friday headline slot, vacated by The Foo Fighters since Dave Grohl’s leg injury forced them to pull out. Magic and incantations and primal rites, a perfect start to the Glastonbury weekend.

Florence’s Glastonbury journey began on the John Peel Stage in 2009, the year her debut album Lungs came out. She had been featured heavily on BBC Introducing, who had taken a shine to her first single - the 2008 garage band stomp Kiss With A Fist - and kept an eye on her progress, voting her third in the Sound of 2009 poll. This was the beginning of her startling ascent. By the time she returned a year later, she was already pop royalty and Lungs was one of the best selling albums of the year.

Five years on, and Florence has continued to call down the very heavens with her voice, while dressing like an elvish princess. Her songs are primal rites, invoking water spirits and unknowable rituals across a second album - Ceremonials, a hit in America - and now a third, the extravagantly titled How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful.

All of which makes her an ideal choice to step up to fill the all-important Friday headline slot, vacated by The Foo Fighters since Dave Grohl’s leg injury forced them to pull out. Magic and incantations and primal rites, a perfect start to the Glastonbury weekend.

Set List on Pyramid Stage on 26 Jun 2015 at Worthy Farm, Pilton

What The Water Gave Me
Rabbit Heart (Raise It Up)
Times Like These
How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful
Queen Of Peace
What Kind Of Man
You've Got The Love
Dog Days Are Over