26 – 30 Jun 2014, Worthy Farm, Pilton
Massive Attack
Massive Attack
Sun 29 Jun 2014 Other Stage
Trip hop don't stop

Coming forth with their hypnotic, sensual sound, trip-hop pioneers Massive Attack return to Glastonbury to headline The Other Stage on Sunday.

Expect sensational visuals dramatically atmospheric dynamics, soulful melodies and choice samples.

Formed in 1987 in Bristol, Massive Attack soon became one of the most innovative and influential groups of their generation. Famous for attracting stellar vocalists including Horace Andy, Shara Nelson and Tracey Thorn they have released some of the most iconic dance albums including Blue Lines, Mezzanine and more recently Heligoland.

Massive Attack are no strangers to Worthy Farm, they first performed at Glastonbury in 1995, the first year the festival hosted a Dance Tent.

Coming forth with their hypnotic, sensual sound, trip-hop pioneers Massive Attack return to Glastonbury to headline The Other Stage on Sunday.

Expect sensational visuals dramatically atmospheric dynamics, soulful melodies and choice samples.

Formed in 1987 in Bristol, Massive Attack soon became one of the most innovative and influential groups of their generation. Famous for attracting stellar vocalists including Horace Andy, Shara Nelson and Tracey Thorn they have released some of the most iconic dance albums including Blue Lines, Mezzanine and more recently Heligoland.

Massive Attack are no strangers to Worthy Farm, they first performed at Glastonbury in 1995, the first year the festival hosted a Dance Tent.