28 – 30 Meith 2013, Worthy Farm, Pilton
Primal Scream
Primal Scream
Dé Sathairn 29 Meith 2013 Pyramid Stage
Don't be fooled by the Rocks that they've got

After headlining the Other Stage in 2011, the Primals are back for 2013 with the unenviable task of warming the crowd up for the Rolling Stones.

But who better to do it? Apparently personally requested by Mick and the gang, and with a back catalogue going back 31 years including some of the biggest anthems in indie rock, the crowd will have to be careful they don't get their rocks off too early.

Following their storming Screamadelica revival tour of 2011, Primal Scream have proved the timelessness of their hits. But with a new bassist on board (following Mani's departure back to The Stone Roses) and new David Holmes-produced album More Light about to hit the shops, expect Bobby and Co to crank out some new material as well as the favourites you've been waiting for.

After headlining the Other Stage in 2011, the Primals are back for 2013 with the unenviable task of warming the crowd up for the Rolling Stones.

But who better to do it? Apparently personally requested by Mick and the gang, and with a back catalogue going back 31 years including some of the biggest anthems in indie rock, the crowd will have to be careful they don't get their rocks off too early.

Following their storming Screamadelica revival tour of 2011, Primal Scream have proved the timelessness of their hits. But with a new bassist on board (following Mani's departure back to The Stone Roses) and new David Holmes-produced album More Light about to hit the shops, expect Bobby and Co to crank out some new material as well as the favourites you've been waiting for.

Seinnliosta ar Pyramid Stage ar 29 Meith 2013 ag Worthy Farm, Pilton

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River Of Pain
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Come Together (feat HAIM)
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