Laura Marling gets stage invader at Glastonbury

Singer-songwriter plays on the Park Stage

Laura Marling had a stage invader during her set at Glastonbury festival today (June 24).

During the singer songwriter’s performance on the Park Stage, a man got up on stage and started dancing along to the music before being bundled off by security.

Otherwise, Marling thrilled the early fans, playing a solo acoustic set for the first three songs, which included ‘Failure’ and the Ryan Adams-referencing ‘New Romantic’.

She was then joined onstage by her-four piece band which included a fiddle, banjo and accordion player.

“Thanks very much for coming down so early. It’s really nice of you,” she told the crowd

Marling ended her set by recommending two other bands to see today.

“Enjoy the rest of the Glastonbury festival. Come and see Noah And the Whale and Fionn Regan later on – they’re great,” she explained

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