Klaxons crowds lead to tent closure at T In The Park

Security stop people entering the bursting tent

Klaxons proved so popular at T In The Park tonight (July 7) that the King Tut’s Tent was temporarily shut off before the band began their set.

Boasting the largest crowd in King Tut’s Tent today, the Londoners, dressed in black rather than their usual brighter colours, threw glowsticks into the crowd as they came on stage.

The band then proceeded to perform a similar high-energy set to the one they had played at Glastonbury.

Highlights included the nu-rave anthem ‘Atlantis To Interzone’, opener ‘The Bouncer’ and ‘Gravity’s Rainbow’.

The band rounded off the set with recent single ‘It’s Not Over Yet’ and customary closer ‘Four Horsemen Of 2012’.

Klaxons played:

‘The Bouncer’

‘Atlantis To Interzone’

‘Totem On The Timeline’

‘Golden Skans’

‘As Above So Below’

‘Two Receivers’


‘Gravity’s Rainbow’

‘Isle Of Her’

‘It’s Not Over Yet’

‘Four Horsemen Of 2012’

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