Duo play King Tut's Wah Wah Tent at Scottish festival

Goldfrapp wore glamorous outfits for their show in T In The Park‘s King Tut’s Wah Wah Tent this evening (July 10).

Singer Alison Goldfrapp was sporting a sparkly black tinsel outfit with matching tights, while her backing band wore either shiny silver suits, or in the case of their keytar player, a metallic tiger print jumpsuit.

Before ‘Train’, the first single released from the band’s 2003 album ‘Black Cherry’, Alison Goldfrapp shouted: “If it’s possible, I’d like a little more movement. Do you think you can do that?” She then vogued in front of a fan.

The band ended their set with 2003 hit single ‘Strict Machine’.

Goldfrapp played:

‘Voicething’
‘Utopia’
‘You Never Know’
‘Head First’
‘Dreaming’
‘Number 1’
‘Believer’
‘Alive’
‘Train’
‘Ride A White Horse’
‘Rocket’
‘Strict Machine’

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