Canadians clearly haven't learned from Glastonbury debacle
Crystal Castles played a typically chaotic set at Leeds Festival today (August 22), in similar scenes to those that almost saw the band pulled offstage at Glastonbury this year.
The Canadian digi-punks’ singer Alice Glass spent the majority of the band’s set on the Dance Stage clambering atop the speakers and drum riser and diving into the crowd.
Glass later fully immersed herself in the front row during ‘Alice Practice’.
However, unlike at Glastonbury, the band’s sound was not cut and they continued a triumphant set, which included ‘Courtship Dating’ and ‘Reckless’.
The band opened their set with their remix of Klaxons‘ ‘Atlantis To Interzone’, and proceeded to fire through an impressive set that also included ‘Crimewave’ and ‘Black Panther’.
Crystal Castles played:
‘Atlantis To Interzone’
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