The Oxford band closed out Friday night with one of their oldest songs ‘Two Steps Twice’, enlisting Guy to help drummer Jack Bevan with the percussion.
— BBC Radio 1 (@BBCR1) August 26, 2016
Guy, who also plays the drums during Disclosure’s live sets, co-headlined the Reading Friday bill, playing before Foals.
At the beginning of Foal’s set, Yannis said: “This feels pretty, pretty good to be up here playing for you. We grew up down the road and this was the first festival to give us a chance. We played in 2007, I think, on the Carling stage. It’s pretty overwhelming to see all of you out there. Let’s make it magic.”
Earlier today, NME cover stars Blossom played a secret set at Reading where they paid tribute to former tourmates Viola Beach.
Red Socks Pugie
A Knife In the Ocean
Mountain at My Gates
What Went Down
Two Steps, Twice (with Disclosure)