Graham Coxon closes first day at V Festival

Former Blur guitarist throws in a special cover at Weston Park

Graham Coxon threw in a special cover by seventies band Wire during his headlining show at the V Festival in Staffordshire tonight (August 18).

The former Blur guitarist closed the first day in the Virgin Mobile Union tent by performing the track ‘Sand In My Joints’.

Earlier, the star tore through a set which borrowed heavily from his 2006 album ‘Love Travels At Illegal Speeds’.

Coxon threw in hit singles ‘Freakin’ Out’ and ‘Bittersweet Bundle Of Misery’ while there was a rare outing for ‘Don’t Believe Anything I Say’.

Graham Coxon played:

‘Look At Your Skin’

‘Don’t Let Your Man Down’

‘Right To Pop’

‘Bloody Annoying’

‘You Always Let Me Down’

‘Bottom Bunk’

‘Bittersweet Bundle Of Misery’

‘Don’t Believe Anything I Say’


‘Standing On My Own Again’

‘I Don’t Wanna Go Out’

‘Gimme Some Love’

‘Freakin’ Out’

‘Sand In My Joints’

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