The band change the weather down at Worthy Farm...

KEANE managed to do something no other band has done at today’s GLASTONBURY FESTIVAL – make the sun come out.

The band have just completed their set on the Other Stage (June 26), on a bill that also includes My Morning Jacket, Von Bondies and Basement Jaxx.

Despite constant rain throughout the day, during the band’s hit ’This Is The Last Time’ the clouds parted, and baking sunshine started to grace Worthy Farm.

The cheers for the sunshine were almost as big for the rest of Keane’s set, which was comprised of songs from their Number One debut album ’Hopes And Fears’, as well as the B-side ’Snowed Under’.

Singer Tom Chaplin told the crowd that he “never thought there’s be some many” people turn up to see them, and called Glastonbury “the greatest festival in the world”.

The band played: ’Can’t Stop Now’

’Everybody’s Changing’


’Bend & Break’

’We Might As Well Be Strangers’

‘This Is The Last Time’

’Snowed Under’

’She Has No Time’

’Somewhere Only We Know’


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