British Sea Power inspire football-style sing-a-long at T In The Park

'No Lucifer' is a big hit with Scots revellers

British Sea Power inspired a soccer-style chant during their T In The Park set this afternoon (July 13).

The foliage and flag-brandishing band played the King Tut’s Wah-Wah Tent and, as at recent gigs such as Glastonbury, were bolstered by a violinist and trumpeter.

The highlight of the band’s short set came when they led the crowd through a chant of “Easy! Easy!” to kick off ‘No Lucifer’, a track from latest album ‘Do You Like Rock Music?’.

Before ‘Carrion’, bassist Hamilton told the crowd: “I wish we could play for longer, but this is our last one.”

British Sea Power played:

‘Remember Me’

‘Lights Out For Darker Skies’

‘Waving Flags’

‘No Lucifer’

‘Carrion’

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