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Complete Story Of Glastonbury Festival 2014 In 65 Stunning Photos

Massive Attack played a set that included political visuals and strobe lights. Before 'Risingson', Robert Del Naja thanked the crowd in what was a performance of few words but covered tracks from across their back catalogue, including 'Future Proof' from their 2003 album '100th Window' and classics from 1998's 'Mezzanine' including 'Teardrop.' And that, dear readers, was Glastonbury 2014.

  • Photo: Laura Palmer/NME
  • Added: Jun 30, 2014

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