MGMT thrill a packed John Peel Tent

Indie duo applaud the crowd

MGMT played to a packed John Peel Tent at Glastonbury tonight (June 27).

The crowd was spilling far out of the tent by the time the duo took to the stage to huge cheers.

‘Weekend Wars’ immediately had people dancing in unison, which continued throughout the set.

‘Electric Feel’ caused a mass singalong, as crowd surfers made for the stage, but it was ‘Time To Pretend’ which really shook the tent.

The duo – Andrew VanWyngardan and Ben Goldwasser – having been quiet between songs, applauded the crowd’s reaction as they left the stage.

MGMT played:

‘Weekend Wars’

‘The Youth’

‘Of Moons, Birds and Monsters’

‘4th Dimensional Transition’

‘Pieces Of What’

‘Electric Feel’

‘The Handshake’

‘Time To Pretend’

‘Kids’

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