Hurts leading NME's best performance of Glastonbury 2011 poll

Synth-pop duo currently ahead of Beyonce, U2, Pulp and Radiohead

Hurts leading NME's best performance of Glastonbury 2011 poll

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Hurts are currently (June 28) leading NME's poll to find out the best performance at Glastonbury.

The Mancunian synth-pop duo's appearance on the John Peel Stage on Sunday (June 26) is currently well ahead of Two Door Cinema Club's Pyramid Stage show in second place and U2's controversial and rain-soaked Friday headline slot in third – click here to cast your vote.



Others up for the vote include Beyonce and Coldplay's much talked about Pyramid Stage headline sets, plus secret appearances in The Park by the likes of Pulp and Radiohead.

Voters score each act out of 10 to determine the winner – Hurts are currently on an average of 7.84, compared to Two Door Cinema Club's 7.29 and U2's 6.72.

We have already received around 200,000 votes – stay tuned to NME.COM for the final result next week.

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