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Photo Gallery: Glastonbury - Sunday's highlights

  • Enter Shikari, The Other Stage, Sunday June 28. The electro-rockers played a politically charged set, encouraging a massive crowd to make a stand against war. Pic: Danny North

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  • Bat For Lashes and her new band member, former Ash guitarist Charlotte Hatherley, onstage at Glastonbury. The singer-songwriter had a full day of festival fun ahead of her - after her set she watched Bon Iver and Nick Cave, then went dancing in the Shangri-La area. Pic: PA  Photos

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  • Status Quo on the Pyramid Stage on Sunday, a day dominated by veteran acts. Prior to the festival guitarist Rick Parfitt enraged Glastonbury enthusiasts by declaring the festival "second rate" and "just another festival." Pic: PA

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  • Micachu And The Shapes debuted several rare and new songs during a feedback-drenched set on the Park Stage. Vocalist Micachu's Yoko-Ono esque struck a nerve with the small but dedicated crowd. Pic: Joe Plimmer

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  • Yeah Yeah Yeahs' Karen O sports a colourful cape as her band takes to the Other Stage at 5pm on Sunday. The singer dedicated ballad 'Maps' to Michael Jackson. Pic: PA

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  • Noisettes vocalist Shingai Shoniwa takes a breather during the band's Glastonbury set. In addition to covering The Killers' 'When You Were Young' and T-Rex's 'Children Of The Revolution', Shoniwa also sang an a capella version of Michael Jackson's 'Ben'. Pic: TM

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  • Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds on the Pyramid Stage, Sunday night. Coming onstage to Bob Dylan's 'Like A Rolling Stone', Cave was in waggish mood, declaring, "We'd like to dedicate this set to the late, great... Farah Fawcett." Pic: PA Photos

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  • The Prodigy headline The Other Stage, Sunday June 28. "Where the fuck's Glastonbury?" yelled vocalist Maxim as the band bounced on stage and launched into opener 'World's On Fire', one of the many songs performed from the band's recent album 'Invaders Must Die'. Pic: Tom Martin

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  • Blur headline the Pyramid Stage, Sunday night. The band were joined by extra musicians, including brass and backing singers, at various points throughout the set, with '13' tracks 'Trimm Trabb' and 'Tender' particularly benefiting from the enhanced arrangements. Pic: PA Photos

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  • The Black Eyed Peas headline the Jazz World Stage, Sunday night. Co-vocalist Will.I.Am attracted mass booing by repeatedly shouting "What's up, London?" - Glastonbury is, of course, nowhere near London - although the band got the crowd back onside with a lengthy tribute to Michael Jackson. Pic: PA Photos

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  • Glasvegas perform on the Other Stage, Sunday night. "You gonna have a fucking good time here Glastonbury?" asked frontman James Allan, before playing opener 'Geraldine'. Pic: Danny North

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  • Buzz band Passion Pit dedicated their set to Jarvis Cocker. You can watch a backstage video interview with the Cambridge, Massachusetts band at NME.COM/video. Pic: Tom Martin

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  • Two years after playing a 'secret show' in 2007, this year Madness made their first 'official' performance at Glastonbury since 1986. 'It Must Be Love' sparked one of the weekend's biggest singalongs. Pic: PA Photos

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