And so it's over for another year. As Reading and Leeds 2014 ends and weary punters begin long treks home, ears still ringing from three days of gloriously loud music, here's some of the best and most cutting tweets we spied over the weekend, from punters and performers alike...

Gutted. But, thank god for iPlayer.



See what you did there, Mark Hoppus.



Sounds about right.



We've always said Wolf Alice are destined to explode. Not like this though.



Keith Buckley from Every Time I Die using his time between Reading and Leeds sets to hone his most supernatural talent.



An Arctics fan reacts to the group's Reading and Leeds 'AM' farewell. They're not taking it so well.



More twisted face-pulling, this time from Enter Shikari.



The Wytches enjoyed Drenge's dresses during their NME/Radio 1 Stage set. Evidently.



(They have a point, in fairness:)

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Drenge meanwhile got lumbered with the belongings of a Leeds punter who apparently had no idea they were in one of the biggest breaking new bands set to play the festival.



Finally, Ed Balls.

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