Glastonbury festival is over for another year. If you're finding it difficult to adjust to reality feast your eyes on 12 of our finest photographs from Worthy Farm. From side-of-stage at Primal Scream to naked bums, it'll take you right back to the mayhem. Enjoy...

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Palma Violets' 'Best Of Friends' was a Glastonbury festival highlight. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME



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Haim & Palma Violets enjoy a very NME love-in. Photo: Dan Denison/NME



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Haim were the talk of the, erm, acres, all weekend. Photo: Dan Denison/NME



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After a muddy start, the sun came out. Photo: Pooneh Ghana/NME



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AlunaGeorge played a blinder. Photo: Pooneh Ghana/NME



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Foals brought their awesome new album 'Holy Fire' to Worthy Farm. Photo: Pooneh Ghana/NME



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Crystal Castles' Alice Glass does her best beetle impression. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME



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Those scamps Peace with a visitor in the background. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME



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Bobby Gillespie does his best monkey impression. Photo: Ed Miles/NME



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Arctic Monkeys proved they were well worth a headline set. Photo: Dan Dennison/NME



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The Rolling Stones still got it. Photo: Dan Dennison/NME



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Vaccines played their first Pyramid slot. Photo: Jenn Five/NME

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