The Coral bring new album to T In The Park

And the mud-splattered crowd get a few classics too

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The Coral showcased five new tracks from their forthcoming album 'Roots & Echoes' on the opening night of T In The Park this evening (July 6).

And Noel Gallagher's favourite band also performed a host of their biggest hits, delighting the crowd, still rain-drenched after the afternoon downpour.

The Scouse seven-piece stormed through new single 'Who's Gonna Find Me', the poppy singles 'Pass It On' and 'In The Morning' and raucous set closer 'Arabian Sand'.

The Coral played:

'Spanish Main'
'Simon Diamond'
'Who's Gonna Find Me'
'She Sings The Mourning'
'Pass It On'
'Remember Me'
'Dreaming Of You'
'Don't Think You're The First'
'In The Morning'
'In The Rain'
'I Remember When'
'She's Got A Reason'
'Arabian Sand'

'Roots & Echoes' is released on August 6.

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