Punters soak up the festival vibes at Kendal Calling.
We Are Scientists scoff at the idea of having tried any Kendal Mint Cake.
We Are Scientists drummer Andy Burrows tries to remember which of his side projects he’s drumming for today.
That’s got to be a pretty big Scrabble board.
The View play Kendal Calling. *insert joke about the same jean jacket here*
Shed Seven look on as drummer Alan Leach does a flip over the bass drum.
Lucy Rose sits pensively by the river side.
We’re pretty sure that Inspiral Carpets front man Clint Boon holds no formal military position.
Inspiral Carpets play a blinder on the Kendal Calling stage.
We’re not sure what the thought process behind these outfits was, but we’re going to go with it.
Why isn’t Tim Booth from James sitting down rather than lying there? You know, because of their song? ‘Sit Down’? Yeah?
Charlatans main man Tim Burgess is the happiest chap on the campsite.
Maximo Park’s Paul Smith signals to the band how many songs they’ve got left.
Accommodation can’t be that bad that musicians have to burn their instruments, surely?
Paul Smith forgets that he’s not wearing heels today.
The crowd waiting for Dizzee Rascal take the incentive of ‘Bonkers’ to the extreme.
Dizzee Rascal thought the strobe lights added a touch of class to his set.
And who ever regrets spending money on pyrotechnics? Not Dizzee Rascal, for sure.