Fans at the festival – which has been the subject of a Twitter account cataloguing its general debauchery – seem instead to have opted for Red Hot Chili Peppers, whose main stage set clashed with that of the New York electro punks. Given that Murphy’s band’s return has been hailed as something of a second coming from music fans across the board, that’s perhaps a little surprising. Well, perhaps Flea did one of his thrilling bass solos.
Anyway, LCD Soundsytem fans at the festival conveyed their dismay via social media and, dear oh dear, it’s a sorry sight indeed. James Murphy, where are your friends tonight?
Fabri lolled because it was better than crying
Why was the LCD Soundsystem crowd at T in the Park so fucking small lol pic.twitter.com/AlpWRhoqPy
— fabri (@fabripav) July 11, 2016
Joel was gutted
Hearts a little bit broken looking at the crowd for LCD Soundsystem at T In The Park. Were soooo good at Glasto, that is criminal ??
— Joel Phillips (@WhoIsShreddy) July 12, 2016
While Steven lashed out
Ridiculously poor turn out for @lcdsoundsystem at T in the Park
Seems to sum up the way the festival has descended into utter squalor
— Steven Gill (@HeresGilly) July 11, 2016
As did Kai
@ownthedancefloor captured this pic of LCD Soundsytem doing literally not that
— do you own the dancefloor? (@owndancefloor) July 11, 2016
And Joe was sad, just sad
— Joe Fenton (@jaf1991) July 11, 2016
Joshua put it all into perspective
The size of the crowd at T in the Park for LCD Soundsystem compared to Calvin Harris is just embarrasing pic.twitter.com/2VtSnZWSnR
— Josh (@HPRUMJ) July 11, 2016
And David sassed the festival quite beautifully
Just watched the highlights of LCD Soundsystem's set at T in the Park. Criminal turnout. A festival for part-time music fans.
— David Wilkinson (@DavidWilkz) July 11, 2016
T In The Park, we love you, but you’re bringing us down.