Glastonbury: The Best Performances From Friday – Watch

The BBC are doing their utmost to make this year’s Glastonbury the most exhaustively covered ever. They’re planning on showing a staggering 360 hours of footage over the weekend, but with such a surplus of live music on offer it’s easy to miss some truly magical moments. Fortunately we’ve rounded up some of today’s very biggest performances, and you can watch highlights of them right here:

Arctic Monkeys – ‘R U Mine’
The Sheffield band romp through one of the highlights from their headline set:

Miles Kane – ‘Come Closer’
The Scouse Mod hero invites the crowd to get intimate during his John Peel gig:

Jake Bugg – ‘Lightning Bolt’
The 19-year-old holds a packed Pyramid Stage audience rapt with his biggest hit to date:

Tame Impala – ‘Elephant’
Kevin Parker’s psych wizards have the Other Stage tuning in, turning on and dropping out:

Foals – ‘Inhaler’
Yannis & Co picked up NME’s Best Track Of The Year 2013 for this tune, and they proved why with this stunning Other Stage performance:

Crystal Castles – ‘Wrath Of God’
Alice Glass battled through food poisoning to pull this exhilarating performance out of the bag:

Palma Violets – ‘Best of Friends’
Up in The Park, the Lambeth lads’ biggest single was a sing-along hit:

King Krule – ‘Out Getting Ribs’
18-year-old Archy Marshall demonstrates why his voice has earned him the attention of Frank Ocean and a legion of new fans:

Peace – ‘Follow Baby’
Harry Koisser had fans swooning over this loved-up anthem, but guitarist Doug Castle steals the show:

Solange – ‘Losing You’
The cooler Knowles had a contender for moment of the festival with her Dev Hynes-produced hit: