Esser plays Glastonbury afternoon slot

London singer plays John Peel Tent

Pic: Jo McCaughey
Esser played an early afternoon slot at Glastonbury this afternoon (June 27), making his first ever appearance at the festival on the John Peel Stage .

The be-quiffed London singer-songwriter, fronting his five-piece set-up wearing a black and sparkly jacket, began the show bashing a floor tom before taking to the front of the stage to sing 'This Time Around'.

Later the set including the likes of single 'Headlock', before closing with 'Satisfied', taken from his recent debut album 'Braveface'.

Esser played:

'This Time Around'
'I Love You'
'Leaving Town'
'Long Arms'
'Work It Out'
'Stop Dancing'

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