Glastonbury 2015: Led Zeppelin, Tame Impala, Royal Blood Tearing Up Worthy Farm? NME Readers On Their Line-Up Hopes

“April is the cruelest month,” declared TS Eliot in his postmodern masterpiece ‘The Wasteland’. But then, TS Eliot didn’t have Glastonbury to look forward to, did he? For it’s around this time, every year, that the full and final line-up details for Worthy Farm are announced. And with the festival’s organisers confirming today that ticket re-sales will begin next week, we’re expecting an announcement very, very soon.

So far, we know that Kanye West will be headlining, as will Foo Fighters. But there’s still one headliner to be announced, and there’s also a shedload of other acts waiting to be added to the bill, too. And so we asked NME readers on Twitter and Facebook which acts they want to see at the festival this June to make for a perfect Glastonbury. You can see their responses below, but in a nutshell: Wolf Alice, Slaves and Tame Impala are popular choices on many of your wishlists. A lot of you think that Royal Blood are ready to take Worthy Farm by storm. The Stone Roses, Led Zep and Prince are all being touted for that final headline slot. And one person has an irrational fear that Take That or Robbie Williams might somehow find themselves lording it over the Pyramid Stage on the Sunday evening. Don’t quote us on this, but we think you’re probably safe…

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Over on Facebook, meanwhile, Veryan Leaper said that the last headliner “should be AC/DC”, while both Gioele Pagotto, Sean Atkinson and John Hammond backed The Stone Roses – or, as John called them, “The fucking Roses!”

Both Lee Barnes and Paul James Pugh want to see Ian Brown and co at Worthy Farm, too, although Lee also admitted he’d prefer The Smiths and Paul included “The Cribs, Slaves, Catfish & The Bottlemen, Peace, Foals, Noel Gallagher” on his list, too (because, as he claims, “they’re all brilliant!”). James Skene wants PJ Harvey, The Pop Group, St Vincent and The Cure, Amy Linners hankers for The Prodigy off the back of their sixth Number One album ‘The Day Is My Enemy’, Glen Cooper fancies Kings Of Leon or (wishful thinking) The Verve, and Ashley Padget says it’s a no-brainer: “The answer is always Daft Punk.”

Other popular choices included Radiohead who, according to Josh Sutherland, are “due a headline slot”and The Maccabees, who Jim Dwyer says should get a Sunday night position on the Pyramid. Away from the headline billing, Darren Butler makes a case for Aphex Twin, Weezer and Wytches, while Alex Hadfield says there’s one name who has to be on the bill. “Skrillex! After what he done to the other stage last year he deserves more than any1!!!!” And last word goes to Ste Marwood, who is less interested in music than a good old punch-up. His choice? “Jeremy Clarkson Vs BBC Producers.” We can but dream, Ste…