August 29, 2010 16:30
Egyptian Hip Hop preview new songs at Leeds Festival
The band play tracks from second EP 'Some Reptiles Grew Wings'
Egyptian Hip Hop previewed songs from their new EP at Leeds Festival today (August 29).
They played tracks including 'Middle Name Period' and 'Moon Crooner' from 'Some Reptiles Grew Wings', which is released
on September 20, during their 35-minute set on the Festival Republic Stage.
The boys only paused to introduce the names of the songs, and kept the stage banter to a minimum.
Earlier, Summer Camp and Pulled Apart By Horses played the same stage. Tonight Marina And The Diamonds will headline.
Egyptian Hip Hop played:
'Middle Name Period'
'Wild Human Child (Boomer's Resurection Remix)'
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