The frontman has a logical approach to staying pristine
Frontman Allan has seldom been sporting any clothes other than pristine white garments recently – a choice that has thrown up a few problems at today’s festival site, which is caked in mud and littered with pools of muddy water.
The singer was holed up in his private quarters before the band’s show, but the bassist told NME: “He’s actually in the dressing room with towels everywhere. He’s refusing to walk in anything that isn’t clean cloth. He’s doing OK so far. From the ankle up he’s pristine. I think he’ll make it clean.”
He added: “He probably won’t leave the dressing room before we go on. Our security guard is brushing the ground in front of him just now, carrying him over. Like Whitney Houston in The Bodyguard.”
‘It’s My Own Cheating Heart That Makes Me Cry’
‘The World Is Yours’
‘Shine Like Stars’
‘Whatever Hurts You Through The Night’
‘Euphoria, Take My Hand’
‘Ice Cream Van’
‘Go Square Go’
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