July 13, 2008 18:55

Jack Penate showcases new songs at Oxegen Festival

Singer also bigs up Rage Against The Machine

Jack Penate showcases new songs at Oxegen Festival
Jack Penate showcased two new tracks at Oxegen 2008 this afternoon (July 13).

The crooner played new tracks 'Give Yourself Away' and 'Tonight's The Day' for a set mainly made up of tracks from his debut album 'Matinee'.

He also bigged up Rage Against The Machine early on in the show ahead of their headline slot on the Main Stage later tonight.

He told the crowd: "We've just come from Scotland which was fun. Rage Against The Machine were unbelievable yesterday, so good."

The star also received huge cheers when he played top ten single 'Torn On A Platform'.

Jack Penate played:

‘Have I Been A Fool’
‘Got My Favourite’
'Give Yourself Away'
‘Spit At Stars’
‘Learning Lines’
'Down Below'
‘Torn On The Platform’
'Tonight's The Day'
‘Second, Minute Or Hour’
'When We Die'


Keep up with all the action from T In The Park and Oxegen Festival this weekend (July 11-13) as it happens on NME.COM.

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