Jamie T watched by Klaxons, LCD at Carling Weekend: Leeds Festival

Plus the singer dedicates song to own bassist

Jamie T dedicated a song to his bassist during his performance tonight (August 24) at the Carling Weekend: Leeds Festival.

Before ’Calm Down Dearest’ the singer pointed out his bassist’s strange attire.

Jamie T said: “I’d like to dedicate this to my bassist. The one who’s wearing short shorts.”

Playing the NME/Radio 1 Stage, the singer was watched by members of Klaxons, LCD Soundsystem’s mainman James Murphy and Devendra Banhart.

The crowd were screaming: “Jamie T!” in between songs, and they were rewarded by the singer saying: “How are you doing Leeds?”

The biggest crowd reaction came from ’Calm Down Dearest’ and ’Back In The Game’, which saw the crowd almost outsing the Thamesbeat troubadour.

Read Read NME.COM’s review of Jamie T now.

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