Hard-Fi showcase new songs at Glastonbury

The Londoners pack out the Leftfield Stage with live comeback

Hard-Fi have played a packed out ‘secret’ headlining slot on the Leftfield Stage tonight (June 23) at Glastonbury.

As first announced by NME.COM the band played the slot for the Love Music Hate Racism campaign, and used the set to debut several of the songs from their forthcoming second album ‘Once Upon A Time In The West’.

Although they are currently in the studio mixing the record the Glastonbury crowd got to hear ‘We Need Love’, ‘Can’t Get Along’ and forthcoming single ‘Suburban Knights’ before anyone else.

As promised by frontman Richard Archer the band also included a host of favourites from their debut album ‘Stars Of CCTV’, including the title track, ‘Cash Machine’ and closer ‘Living For The Weekend’.

Hard-Fi played:

‘Middle Eastern Holiday’

‘Tied Up Too Tight’

‘Suburban Knights’

‘We Need Love’

‘Cash Machine’

‘Can’t Get Along’

‘Hard To Beat’

‘Stars Of CCTV’

‘Living For The Weekend’

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