June 27, 2010 16:31

Avi Buffalo hail Glastonbury's Park Stage at lunchtime show

Avigdor Zahner-Isenberg's band play in scorching heat at festival

Avi Buffalo hail Glastonbury's Park Stage at lunchtime show

Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

Avi Buffalo played a lunchtime show on Glastonbury's Park Stage today (June 27), taking time to note the surroundings.

Led by frontman Avigdor Zahner-Isenberg, the US indie-pop band played a set of songs taken from their recent self-titled debut album, including fan favourite 'What's In It For?'.

The singer/guitarist was quick to note how beautiful the stage and area was, pointing out the flags and large tower overlooking the stage, with fans sat down on the grass slope to watch the show.

The band also noted the crowd's "bronzed tans" – gained over the past three days at the Somerset event, which has seen no rain and soaring temperatures since it began on Friday.

They ended their set with 'Remember The Last Time', Zahner-Isenberg wigging out on his guitar to close the show.

Avi Buffalo played:

'Five Little Sluts'
'Truth Sets In'
'Summer Cum'
'Can't I Know'
'What's In It For?'
'Remember The Last Time'

NME will be coming live from Glastonbury throughout the weekend. Head to NME.COM/glastonbury for the latest festival news.

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