Santogold proves 'Unstoppable' in Glastonbury rain

Electro-pop singer draws big crowd to Park Stage

Santogold proves 'Unstoppable' in Glastonbury rain
Santogold brought a touch of glamour to the Park Stage at Glastonbury festival this afternoon (June 27).

Belting out hits from her recently-released eponymous debut album, including 'Creator' and 'LES Artistes', the singer pulled in a big crowd.

Performing choreographed dance moves with her singers, Santogold, who was wearing a T-shirt featuring pictures of Martin Luther King and Malcolm X, joked with the crowd about the rain.

Spotting a sign that said 'Fist Me Jesus' mid-set, Santogold exclaimed: "Whose sign is that? I love it - you're awesome!"

The heavens then opened and Santogold added, before launching into 'Unstoppable': "It's raining but are you guys going to go home? This song's especially for you guys."

Keep up with all the action from Glastonbury this weekend (June 27-29) as it happens on NME.COM. For news, pictures and blogs keep checking NME.COM's Glastonbury Festival page. Plus make sure you get next week's issue of NME – on UK newsstands from July 2 – for the ultimate Glastonbury review.

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