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Tame Impala perform live at Glastonbury 2019 (Credit: NME/Carolina Faruolo) NME/Carolina Faruolo
The band’s huge performance was an exhilarating success, and should their new album hit just as hard as previous releases, it’s hard not to imagine them headlining the whole damn thing in the near future.
25Day four: Vampire Weekend open The Park with a secret set
Ezra and co delighted with their pick and mix set where they took request from the audience, and even covered Fleetwood Mac.
26Day four: Starcrawler
LA band Starcrawler played Williams Green on Saturday afternoon.
27Day four: Slowthai
Slowathai is going BIG places. He brought the mosh (and Loyle Carner!) to William's Green.
28Day four: Neneh Cherry
Neneh Cherry is an underrated legend. Rapping, singing and with a steel drum band from North London, she rattled through bangers like '7 seconds' and 'Buffalo Stance' up on Williams Green.
29Day four: Lizzo
She brought the juice – and a huge crowd. All hail Lizzo
30Day four: Liam Gallagher
The former Oasis frontman proved that, even without brother Noel, he has more than enough hits to provide a string of unforgettable Glastonbury moments!
31Day four: Lewis Capaldi
King of the Lols Lewis Capaldi drew a HUGE crowd to his Other Stage set. The Scot is blowing up!
32Day four: Idles get rowdy
Woke punks Idles roll around on stage and have a rowdy ol' time.
33Day four: Surprise! It's Foals
Foals were the secret set on Saturday morning. Yannis always brings the party
34Day four: The Courteeners
Courteeners live at Glastonbury 2019. Credit: Andy Hughes/NME Andy Hughes/NME
Manc lads Courteeners played their indie hits to a sing-along crowd of thousands.
35Day four: The Comet Is Coming
Mercury-nominated trio who's apocalyptic future jazz blends Afro-beat influences with frantic drumbeats.
36Day four: Chemical Brothers
The band's fifth time on The Other Stage might be their finest yet.