Flat beer and Noisettes prove the singer recipe for success
With the festival reaching its climax, the Thamesbeat troubadour and his band packed out the new music tent, despite heavy competition from some of the more established acts on the night.
With the likes of ‘If You Got The Money’ and ‘Pacemaker’ thrilling the audience, it was ‘Shiela’ that really had the stage rocking.
“I was well fired up for up the gig,” Jamie T told NME.COM of his performance, adding that he’d managed to get into the festival mood despite only braving the mud today.
“I’ve only been here a little while, but I’ve just had a pint of flat beer,” he explained. “but I watched the amazing Noisettes and then felt well in the mood for it.”
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