New Yorkers Vampire Weekend last played the festival in 2010 and played in front of a colourful floral wallpaper backdrop and got things underway with their 2009 single ‘Cousins’.
Vampire Weekend fans turn pink in the sun.
Vampire Weekend closed their set with a upbeat performance of ‘Walcott’.
Ezra Koenig led Vampire Weekend onto the Pyramid Stage.
Racing, racy grannies.
John Lydon on imperious form with Public Image Limited.
Going home already? Guess they’re not Mumfords fans.
Kenny Rogers played a variety of hits including ‘The Gambler’ and ‘Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)’.
Deap Vally were joined on backing vocals by guests The Giddi Mamas.
Deap Vally’s Lindsey Troy on the John Peel Stage.
Lindsey Troy and Julie Edwards trade riffs and beats.
Julie Edwards on drums for Deap Vally.
By Sunday, sometimes you just need a little lie down.
The final day of Glastonbury 2013 is underway. First Aid Kit’s fans were in high spirits early on Sunday afternoon at the Pyramid Stage.
Swedish folk sisters First Aid Kit performed new songs as well as covers of Bob Dylan’s ‘One More Cup Of Coffee’ and ‘America’ by Simon & Garfunkel.
Early on in the set the pair played new track ‘Waitress Song’, which singer Klara Söderberg told the audience was about “escaping and starting a new life”.
First Aid Kit dedicated their set to US intelligence whistle-blowers Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden and imprisoned Russian punks Pussy Riot. Click here for all the latest news, photos and videos from Glastonbury 2013.