Liverpool band also throw in a few crowd favourites on Other Stage

The Coral showcased five new tracks from their forthcoming album ‘Roots & Echoes’ for a crowd pleasing set at Glastonbury this evening (June 22).

The band peppered their performance with a host of hits from their 2002 self-titled debut, their 2003 album ‘Magic And Medicine’ and 2005 follow up ‘The Invisible Invasion’.

As the Liverpool seven-piece launched into hit single ‘Dreaming Of You’, singer James Skelly said: “You might know this one,” and was greeted with huge cheers as the crowd sang every word.

The Coral played:

‘Spanish Main’

‘Goodbye’

‘Simon Diamond’

‘Who’s Gonna Find Me’

‘Jacqueline’

‘She Sings The Mourning’

‘Pass It On’

‘Remember Me’

‘Dreaming Of You’

‘In The Morning’

‘Don’t Think You’re The First’

‘In The Rain’

‘I Remember When’

‘She’s Got A Reason’

‘Arabian Sand’

‘Roots & Echoes’ is released on August 6.

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