Brother's advice? “Hide your drugs!”
NME have set out to find the best survival tips of the weekend for Glastonbury virgin Rastamouse.
The diminutive Rastafarian crime fighter – think Batman meets Bob Marley but with the height of Prince and a Barry White sized love of dairy products- will need to be wary this weekend as he leaves the comfort of Mouseland for the hustle and bustle of Worthy Farm.
But NME, with the help of some of the best and brightest acts playing this weekend, have put together a helpful guide for Rastamouse and Da Easy Crew to follow.
Producer extraordinaire Paul Epworth preaches “wet wipes”, while singer-songwriter Frank Turner extols the virtues of ‘5HTP’ to clear the little mouses head in the morning.
On a similar theme Frankie And The Heartstrings recommend Rastamouse leave the drugs well alone, in case he ends up on heroin.
Brother, however, choose a different tact, telling him to “hide his drugs”.
The Vaccines, meanwhile, offer up tips of a professional nature: “Don’t let the pressure wear you down.”
We’ll see whether the rodent special agents/pop-stars Rastamouse, Zoomer and Scratchy make it through the festival in one piece as Rastamouse and company hit the Kidz Field throughout the weekend.