June 27, 2010 16:29

Everything Everything pack out John Peel Stage for debut Glastonbury set

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Everything Everything pack out John Peel Stage for debut Glastonbury set

Photo: Danny North/NME

Hotly-tipped newcomers Everything Everything played their debut Glastonbury set today (June 27) on the John Peel Stage.

The Manchester-based band drew an impressive crowd to watch them, and kicked off their set with debut single 'Suffragette Suffragette'.

Singer Jonathan Everything, who was wearing an all-white jeans and shirt combo, encouraged the crowd to interact with each other during the set.

"This is our first Glastonbury ever!" he said to the crowd before playing 'Schoolin''. "Thank you for making us so welcome."

Everything Everything played:

'Suffragette Suffragette'
'QWERTY Finger'
'Schoolin''
'My Keys, Your Boyfriend'
'Engine Room'
'Tin (The Manhole)'
'Photoshop Handsome'
'Weights'


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

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