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Field Day 2012 in photos

  • Festival-goers were treated to everything the British summer has to offer at Field Day, making both shades and rain hats a necessity.

    Photo: Carsten Windhorst/NME

    Added: 06 Jun 2012

  • "Who left that up-turned plug onstage?" Franz Ferdinand headlined Field Day, now in its sixth year, on Saturday 2nd June 2012.

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    Added: 06 Jun 2012

  • "You're all sacked." Getting into the Village Mentality at Field Day in east London's Victoria Park.

    Photo: Press

    Added: 06 Jun 2012

  • A triumphant Franz Ferdinand salute the crowd after showcasing four new tracks: 'Right Thoughts', 'Brief Encounters', 'Fresh Strawberries' and 'Trees And Animals'.

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    Added: 06 Jun 2012

  • Django Django take their default positions during their set on the Village Mentality stage.

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    Added: 06 Jun 2012

  • Last Dinosaurs weren't the last dinosaurs spotted at Field Day.

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    Added: 06 Jun 2012

  • A capacity crowd saw Grimes close her set at the Village Mentality stage with 'Oblivion'.

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    Added: 06 Jun 2012

  • Syd tha Kyd and Matt Martians brought The Internet to life in the Bugged Out tent.

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    Added: 06 Jun 2012

  • On the Jubilee weekend, even Field Day wasn't spared a celebration of the Queen's rain.

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    Added: 06 Jun 2012

  • The Vaccines closed their headlining set at the Laneway Festival stage with 'Bad Mood' followed by 'Nørgaard'.

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    Added: 06 Jun 2012

  • "Tug of war or pipes of peace?" Fun and games in Victoria Park.

    Photo: Press

    Added: 06 Jun 2012

  • "I don't want to blow my own trumpet, but..." Beirut stormed through their Field Day set which included the likes of 'Santa Fe', 'Vagabond' and 'Nantes'.

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    Added: 06 Jun 2012

  • Even the extraordinarily tall were having a Field Day.

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    Added: 06 Jun 2012

  • Crocodiles played to a busy mid-afternoon crowd at the Shacklewell Arms tent.

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    Added: 06 Jun 2012

  • Metronomy's Oscar Cash and Joseph Mount lock keyboards as they transport Field Day to 'The English Riviera'.

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    Added: 06 Jun 2012

  • Metronomy's Anna Prior checks out the view of Victoria Park from the Eat Your Own Ears stage.

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    Added: 06 Jun 2012

  • "Holding this cactus is making me feel a real prick" Dos amigos at Field Day.

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    Added: 06 Jun 2012

  • SBTRKT overcame some early sound problems to blow away the Bugged Out tent.

    Photo: Press

    Added: 06 Jun 2012

  • Sleigh Bells brought tunes, energy and some serious volume to Laneway Festival stage.

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    Added: 06 Jun 2012

  • This is not a picture of Chairlift at Field Day.

    Photo: Press

    Added: 06 Jun 2012

  • The sun may have come blazing out for their afternoon set at Field Day, but Liars were definitely feeling sinister as they asked 'Who Is The Hunter?'.

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    Added: 06 Jun 2012

  • Zulu Winter's mid-afternoon set at the Shacklewell Arms tent included 'Never Leave' and 'Silver Tongue'.

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    Added: 06 Jun 2012

  • Jessie Ware gave it '110%' at the Red Bull Music Academy stage.

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    Added: 06 Jun 2012