The Rumble Strips play a jubilant set at Glastonbury

Crowd go wild for Charlie and co on John Peel Stage

The Rumble Strips played a jubilant set today (June 24) at Glastonbury 2007.

The band, who were augmented by a second guitarist, got the crowd doing mass clap-a-longs to their tracks ‘Alarm Clock’ and ‘Motorcycle’ on the John Peel Stage.

With a tent that was bursting to capacity for the former Topman NME New Music Tour headliners, and the crowd screaming: “We love you!” at singer Charlie Waller, they played a energetic set, inspired by the tremendous audience.

During their blue-eyed soul performance, members took turns in frantically banging the bass drum throughout the set.

The Rumble Strips played:

‘Hate Me (You Do)’

‘Girls And Boys In Love’

‘Time’

‘Oh Creole’

‘Hands’

‘Alarm Clock’

‘London’

‘Motorcycle’

‘No Soul’

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