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Reading and Leeds 2014: The Best Photos From Sunday At The Festival

  • The third and final day of Reading and Leeds 2014 is under way and there's still plenty of action to come. The Wytches gave Reading a sneak preview of the psych licks of their debut album 'Annabel Dream Reader' as they opened the NME/Radio 1 Stage in Reading.

    Photo: Charlotte Patmore /NME

    Added: 24 Aug 2014

  • Kristian Bell and Dan Rumsey have a headbanging competition during their ferocious set.

    Photo: Charlotte Patmore /NME

    Added: 24 Aug 2014

  • Mø was backed by an all-male three-piece band for her Leeds set. She played a number of singles from her 2014 debut album 'No Mythologies To Follow', including 'Glass' and 'Pilgrim'.

    Photo: Matt Richardson/NME

    Added: 24 Aug 2014

  • The Danish singer finished her set with a cover of Spice Girls' 'Say You'll Be There', as she did in Reading.

    Photo: Matt Richardson/NME

    Added: 24 Aug 2014

  • Pulled Apart By Horses cancelled their Leeds performance at the last minute after bassist Rob Lee collapsed backstage.

    Photo: Andy Hughes/NME

    Added: 24 Aug 2014

  • You Me At Six made a surprise appearance on the BBC Introducing Stage in Reading. Joined by a string ensemble, they ran through five tracks for the eager fans who'd waited for them.

    Photo: Daniel Topete/NME

    Added: 24 Aug 2014

  • Josh Franceschi told the audience: "Right, this is fun. I guess the secret wasn't a secret at all." The Surrey group will play for a second time on the Main Stage this evening.

    Photo: Daniel Topete/NME

    Added: 24 Aug 2014

  • Jungle's Tom McFarland and Josh Lloyd-Watson bring the slinky funk-pop of their debut album to Reading.

    Photo: Charlotte Patmore /NME

    Added: 24 Aug 2014

  • The London duo were joined by their backing band as they played an early slot on the NME/Radio 1 Stage.

    Photo: Charlotte Patmore /NME

    Added: 24 Aug 2014

  • Royal Blood shook Leeds as Mike Kerr and Ben Thatcher showcased the brutal riffs of their self-titled debut album to the NME/Radio 1 Stage.

    Photo: Matt Richardson/NME

    Added: 24 Aug 2014

  • Mike Kerr shows off the moves he picked up from supporting Arctic Monkeys earlier in the year.

    Photo: Matt Richardson/NME

    Added: 24 Aug 2014

  • Peace rock up to Leeds wearing the same clothes as the day before as they played new material to an appreciative crowd.

    Photo: Andy Hughes /NME

    Added: 24 Aug 2014

  • Doug Castle works his guitar overtime in a bid to match Sam Koisser's bouncy bass solo.

    Photo: Andy Hughes /NME

    Added: 24 Aug 2014

  • Peace fans get inspired by the group's recent video for new single 'Lost On Me', which features the band performing a choreographed routine.

    Photo: Andy Hughes /NME

    Added: 24 Aug 2014

  • Baby Godzilla get lifted up by their fans in Reading.

    Photo: Andy Ford /NME

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  • Not everyday you see a guitarist being carried through the crowd on the shoulders of a masked man...

    Photo: Andy Ford /NME

    Added: 24 Aug 2014

  • A novel way to get through the masses...

    Photo: Daniel Topete/NME

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  • Essex's The Bohicas provide some symmetry on Reading's Festival Republic stage.

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    Added: 24 Aug 2014

  • Dominic McGuinness growls at his audience.

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  • Wolf Alice's Ellie Rowsell screams her heart out in Leeds.

    Photo: NME / Matt Richardson

    Added: 24 Aug 2014

  • The London band played sped up versions of 'Bros' and 'Fluffy' before Theo Ellis jumped into the audience for a final crowd surf.

    Photo: NME / Matt Richardson

    Added: 24 Aug 2014

  • Harry Koisser's outfit gets a mixed reaction from the crowd.

    Photo: Andy Hughes

    Added: 24 Aug 2014

  • The Birmingham band played with a giant peace sign hung behind them as they aired fan favourites 'California Daze' and 'Follow Baby'.

    Photo: Andy Hughes

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  • Die Antwoord cuts a spooky figure in Leeds.

    Photo: Ben Bentley /NME

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  • More animalistic spookery from the brilliant Die Antwoord.

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  • After a triumphant set at Reading, Chvrches take their sugary electro-pop and retina-burning light show to Leeds.

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  • It was Leeds' turn for Bombay Bicycle Club today, with Jamie MacColl leading his band through a charismastic, career-spanning set.

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    Added: 24 Aug 2014

  • More Bombay. Fun fact - Jamie wasn't the only MacColl on the NME/Radio 1 stage this weekend - his cousin, Fraser performed as part of Jungle's ensemble today on guitar in Reading.

    Photo: Matt Richardson /NME

    Added: 24 Aug 2014

  • Swish jacket there, Jake Bugg.

    Photo: Ben Bentley /NME

    Added: 24 Aug 2014

  • A formidable crowd turned out for Bugg's Leeds Main Stage show, with 2012 ballad 'Broken' a standout from his set according to our man on the scene.

    Photo: Ben Bentley /NME

    Added: 24 Aug 2014

  • The 1975 took to the NME/BBC Radio 1 tent for another of the weekend's biggest crowd-driving sets.

    Photo: NME / Daniel Topete

    Added: 24 Aug 2014

  • Bidding goodbye to 'AM' tonight were Arctic Monkeys, Leeds Main Stage headliners.

    Photo: NME / Andy Hughes

    Added: 24 Aug 2014

  • Alex Turner wore roses on his jacket for the occasion, as the band plowed through the same set as at their winning Reading performance a night previous.

    Photo: NME / Andy Hughes

    Added: 24 Aug 2014

  • This might look like drummer Travis Barker spontaneously combusting, but don't worry, it's all part of the plan for Reading closers Blink 182, who brought a fierce pyrotechnic show to their headline slot.

    Photo: NME / Daniel Topete

    Added: 24 Aug 2014

  • Blink's set was a up-tempo melee of pop-punk hits, from 1997's 'Dammit' to the international smash 'All The Small Things'. Their set ended with colourful explosions and confetti, as Reading closed for another year. See you next year...

    Photo: NME / Daniel Topete

    Added: 24 Aug 2014