Joe Lean compares himself to Hitler at Glastonbury

The Jing Jang Jong play Other Stage on festival's first day

Joe Lean compares himself to Hitler at Glastonbury
Joe Lean and the Jing Jang Jong frontman Joe Lean jokingly compared himself to Adolf Hitler during his band's afternoon slot on the Other Stage at Glastonbury today (June 27).

Onstage, Lean explained that he unfortunately looked like Hitler in the video for recent single 'Where Do You Go', adding that this was "not a good thing".

After the taking the stage at 1pm (BST) to the sounds of instrumental opener 'Tough Terrible', during which Lean danced manically, the band played a selection of songs from their forthcoming debut album.

The biggest cheers of the set were reserved for 'Lonely Buoy', which the crowd danced and sang along to in the mud.

Joe Lean and the Jing Jang Jong played:

'Tough Terrible'
'Lonely Buoy'
'I Ain't Sure'
'Dear Rose'
'In Competition'
'Lucio Starts Fires'
'Where Do You Go'

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