26 – 30 Jun 2014, Worthy Farm, Pilton
Dry the River
Dry the River
Sun 29 Jun 2014 John Peel Stage
The river runs wild

London’s Dry The River first came to our attention through BBC Introducing when they received local and national airplay after submitting tracks through the BBC Introducing Uploader. That was back in 2010 when the band had been together for less than six months. Since then, they’ve released a string of acclaimed EPs and their debut album Shallow Bed (2012). Their prominence on the festival’s John Peel Stage is richly deserved owing to their friendly and innovative folk-rock, influenced by Bon Iver and Fleet Foxes.

After a rare break from touring, the band announced in April that they had regrouped on plans for their second album. They describe their attitude towards it as ‘happier and more focused than ever’, which spells great news for the Glastonbury crowd.

London’s Dry The River first came to our attention through BBC Introducing when they received local and national airplay after submitting tracks through the BBC Introducing Uploader. That was back in 2010 when the band had been together for less than six months. Since then, they’ve released a string of acclaimed EPs and their debut album Shallow Bed (2012). Their prominence on the festival’s John Peel Stage is richly deserved owing to their friendly and innovative folk-rock, influenced by Bon Iver and Fleet Foxes.

After a rare break from touring, the band announced in April that they had regrouped on plans for their second album. They describe their attitude towards it as ‘happier and more focused than ever’, which spells great news for the Glastonbury crowd.

Set List on John Peel Stage on 29 Jun 2014 at Worthy Farm, Pilton

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