The star’s comments came after a lack of dancing in the audience.
“Glastonbury is like Sweden because nobody is dancing. Why aren’t you dancing?” she asked.
Playing tracks from her debut album ‘Youth Novels’ – including ‘Breaking It Up’ and ‘Let It Fall’ – the singer played a high-energy set.
Before ‘Window Blues’, she asked if the crowd were “sick of love songs”, adding: “Enough of the love songs. This is a song about love, tainted love.”
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