Queens Of The Stone Age advocate freedom at Oxegen

Josh Homme tells crowd 'you're crazy'

Queens Of The Stone Age Oxegen festival 2007. Pic James Quinton
Queens Of The Stone Age advocated personal freedom today (July 7) during their performance at Oxegen Festival.

Before singer Josh Homme got the crowd singing a slowed down chorus of ”Nicotine/ Valium/ Vicodin/ Marijuana/ Ecstasy and alcohol,” during ’Feel Good Hit Of The Summer’ Homme had some choice words for the crowd.

He said: “They say a lot of things are bad for you. But you what you want and I’ll do what I want.”

Homme also told the audience: “You are the craziest motherfuckers I know!”

They played:

‘Burn The Witch’
‘In My Head’
‘Misfit Love’
‘Little Sister’
‘Battery Acid’
‘Do It Again’
‘Feel Good Hit Of The Summer’
‘Lost Art Of Keeping A Secret’
‘Sick, Sick, Sick’
‘In My Head’
‘A Song For The Deaf’
‘3’s & 7’s’
‘Go With The Flow’
‘I’m Designer’
‘Misfit Love’
‘No One Knows’


Go to NME.COM/festivals for news, blogs and pictures live from both Oxegen and T In The Park.

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