Hot Chip cover New Order at Glastonbury

Band also showcase new track on John Peel stage

Hot Chip closed the John Peel Stage tonight (June 22) at Glastonbury with an energy charged performance which saw the band cover New Order.

The dance five-piece thrilled the crowd with a series of tracks from their recent album ‘The Warning’ and their 2004 debut ‘Coming On Strong’.

Kicking off with ‘Bendable Poseable’ the band also played new track ‘Shake A Fist’ and mixed ‘My Piano’ with a rousing rendition of New Order‘s classic ’80s hit single ‘Temptation’.

During the performance, singer Alexis Taylor also dedicated ‘No Fit State’ to his wife, before the dance outfit rounded off their show to huge cheers as the crowd sang along to every word of hit single ‘Over And Over’.

Although the band were keen to play another song, they were forced to cut their set short due to Glastonbury‘s curfew.

Hot Chip played:

‘Bendable Poseable’

‘Shake A Fist’

‘Boy From School’

‘Out At The Picture’

‘(Just Like We) Breakdown’

‘No Fit State’

‘My Piano/Temptation’

‘Over And Over’

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