Goldfrapp and Marina And The Diamonds glam-up iTunes Festival

Plus Marina And The Diamonds gets the crowd to don sunglasses at London's Roundhouse

Goldfrapp and Marina And The Diamonds glam-up iTunes Festival
Goldfrapp and Marina And The Diamonds played a particularly glammed-up gig at the iTunes Festival in London last night (July 22).

Headlining at The Roundhouse, Goldfrapp performed new album 'Head First' virtually in full as frontwoman Alison Goldfrapp strutted around a stage which saw the group surrounded by a giant inflatable silver doughnut.

The singer made several costume changes throughout the show, sporting a sparkly black tinsel outfit, a fluffy pink jacket and a sparkly black catsuit with flowing shoulder pads.

Goldfrapp played:

'Crystalline Green'
'You Never Know'
'Dreaming'
'Believer'
'I Wanna Life'
'Head First'
'Number 1'
'Alive'
'Rocket'
'Shiny And Warm'
'Train'
'Ride A White Horse'
'Ooh La La'
'Utopia'
'Black Cherry'
'Strict Machine'


Earlier Marina And The Diamonds warmed up proceedings performing a host of tracks from her debut 'The Family Jewels'.

"So who got a pair of sunglasses on the way in?" singer Marina Diamandis asked the crowd before launching into recent single 'Oh No'.

"That is about 10 people then. OK, I'm blind and this is probably going to fail miserably but feel free to put them on," she added as she wore a pair of glasses bearing the single's name.

The flamboyant frontwoman later did a costume change of her own, donning a purple and yellow baseball jacket as she held a plastic beefburger aloft for single 'Hollywood'.

The singer also played other singles 'I Am Not A Robot' and 'Mowgli's Road' either side of a solitary piano performance of album track 'Numb'.

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