September 10, 2011 8:46
Pendulum play 'last UK show for the foreseeable future' at Bestival
The Australian act headline the Isle Of Wight end of summer party
Pendulum played their last UK show for some time when theyheadlined Bestival last night (September 9).
The Australian dance rockers shared the Main Stage bill with the likes of Magnetic Man, Chromeo and Public Enemy.
Singer Ben 'The Verse' Mount asked the crowd: "I want to see where our hardcore fans are, who's got the first album? Put your hand up."
He added: “This is our last show in the UK for the foreseeable future so we're going to go all out. Bestival, are you with us?”
Earlier this year, the band revealed during their set at V Festival that they would be taking a break from touring in 2012.
Pendulum are due a rest after playing their third album 'Immersion' and old hits live constantly since its release last year. The boys have played Glastonbury, Download, T In The Park, Oxygen and South West Four this summer.
Fans in the crowd reacted to their final show, telling NME they were "gutted" that the band weren't going to be playing in Britain again anytime soon and that they were the "perfect festival band".
Bestival continues today (September 10) with The Cure, PJ Harvey and Crystal Castles all lined up to play the Isle Of Wight bash.
'Salt In The Wounds'
'The Island - Pt. I (Dawn)'
'The Island - Pt. II (Dusk)'
'Fasten Your Seatbelt'
'Set Me On Fire'
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