Hot Chip joined by steel band at Glastonbury

Band get some extra help during their Other Stage slot

Hot Chip joined by steel band at Glastonbury
Hot Chip were joined by a steel band during their set at the Glastonbury festival tonight (June 25).

The group played on the Other Stage as the sun was setting on Worthy Farm and ran through their singles 'Boy From School', 'One Pure Thought', 'One Life Stand' and 'Over And Over' right at the beginning of the set.

Later, during their penultimate song 'I Feel Better', a group of steel drummers joined the band, before an extended version of 2008 hit 'Ready For The Floor' closed proceedings.

Hot Chip played:

'Boy From School'
'One Pure Thought'
'One Life Stand'
'Over And Over'
'Hand Me Down Your Love'
'Take It In'
'We Have Love'
'Hold On'
'I Feel Better'
'Ready For The Floor'


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


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