Janelle Monae, Mumford & Sons, Coldplay album sales up by over 1000 per cent after Glastonbury

Primal Scream, U2 and Beyonce also see sales leap after their Worthy Farm shows

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Janelle Monae, Mumford and Sons and Coldplay have all seen their album sales jump by over 1000 per cent after their performances at Glastonbury this weekend.

According to figures from Amazon, many of those who played at Worthy Farm this year have seen their sales rocket.

Janelle Monae has enjoyed the biggest surge, with her sales up by 4928% after she played the West Holts Stage on Saturday night (June 25).

Mumford and Sons also saw sales of 'Sigh No More' boosted by 1400% after they played second headline to Primal Scream on the Other Stage on Friday night (June 24). The Scream also enjoyed a big sales jump, with sales of their LPs up by 920% after Glastonbury.

All the headliners saw their album sales surge as well, with Coldplay's sales up by 1290%, U2's up by 747% and Beyonce's closing show giving her a boost of 713%.

Visit NME.COM/festivals/glastonbury for news reports, reviews and photos from Worthy Farm.

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