28 – 2013 Meh 30, Worthy Farm, Pilton
Hurts
Hurts
Dydd Sadwrn 29 Meh 2013 John Peel Stage
No pain, plenty of gain

Hurts head to Glastonbury on the back of the release of their second album, Exile, which came out in March 2013.

The synthpop duo from Manchester rose to prominence in 2010 with the release of their debut, Happiness, a commercial and critical success that included the emphatic single Wonderful Life. That same year, the band also finished fourth in the BBC’s Sound Of poll.

It’s been two years since Theo Hutchcraft and Adam Anderson played Glastonbury but the memories of their spectacular performance on the John Peel stage in 2011 are still strong. It was actually voted by NME as that year’s show stealing festival performance ahead of Radiohead, U2 and Coldplay. Probably not one to miss, then.

Hurts head to Glastonbury on the back of the release of their second album, Exile, which came out in March 2013.

The synthpop duo from Manchester rose to prominence in 2010 with the release of their debut, Happiness, a commercial and critical success that included the emphatic single Wonderful Life. That same year, the band also finished fourth in the BBC’s Sound Of poll.

It’s been two years since Theo Hutchcraft and Adam Anderson played Glastonbury but the memories of their spectacular performance on the John Peel stage in 2011 are still strong. It was actually voted by NME as that year’s show stealing festival performance ahead of Radiohead, U2 and Coldplay. Probably not one to miss, then.

Rhestr caneuon ar John Peel Stage ar 2013 Meh 29 yn Worthy Farm, Pilton

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