We’ve counted up the votes and you’ve told us exactly what you thought were this year’s greatest festival anthems. First up: he may have headlined Wireless along with Justin Timberlake, but Jay Z‘s new album disappointed many and his ‘Holy Grail’ finished bottom of our poll.
Macklemore‘s ‘Thrift Shop’ was one of the breakout hits of the summer, but just scrapes in at number 17.
Yeah Yeah Yeahs playing ‘Sacrilege’ was one of the most memorable moments from Latitude 2013, and landed them the 16th spot.
Peace hit the festival circuit hard this year, and by Reading and Leeds ‘California Daze’ had already become a nailed-on festival anthem. It finished 15th.
Jake Bugg cracks out his trademark smile as ‘Broken’ finishes 14th.
Hitting twin festival peaks this year, Bastille‘s ‘Laura Palmer’ landed in at number 14.
Bringing a sense of Gallic class to proceedings, Phoenix‘s ‘Entertainment’ is lucky number 13.
You voted Haim the best new act of the festival season, and their anthem ‘Falling’ must have played a part. In at number 12.
Icona Pop‘s massive breakthrough hit ‘I Love It’ got everyone dancing this year, whether you actually got to see them live or not. They just miss out on the top ten at 11.
We’re still not sure about using Skrillex as a hair model, but The 1975 crack the top 10 with ‘Chocolate’. Delicious.
They pulled one of the biggest crowds of Bestival 2013, and all those people absolutely lost it for Rudimental‘s ‘Feel The Love’. A proper summer anthem in at 9.
Last year’s NME Album Of The Year winners Tame Impala brought a taste of psychedelia to the festival season, and you voted the stomping ‘Elephant’ as the 8th greatest anthem of the summer.
Foals have not one but two anthems in the top ten, and the first, ‘Inhaler’ arrives at number 6.
Palma Violets are another band who’ve been hitting the road hard since wowing the NME Awards Tour at the beginning of the year, and they’ve had a triumphant festival season. You voted ‘Best Of Friends’ into the top 5 festival anthems of the year.
You couldn’t pull a dance move at a festival this summer without hearing Disclosure‘s ‘White Noise’, and you voted it in at 4th.
It’s those Foals in again at number 3 with the impossible to resist ‘My Number’. A particular favourite of the NME festival crew, this one.
They didn’t even play live this summer, nevermind a festival, but enough of you still loved Daft Punk‘s ‘Get Lucky’ enough for hundreds of you to vote it in at number 2.
It is, as they might put it, the Number 1 Festival Anthem. You can’t get enough of Arctic Monkeys at the moment, and you voted in a landslide for ‘Do I Wanna Know?’. The Elvis accent wasn’t too offputting, then.