Klaxons reveal important Glastonbury past

Without the festival there would be no 'Golden Skans'

Klaxons revealed how they met during their Glastonbury set tonight (June 22).

Emerging onstage to ‘The Bouncer’ at the Dance East Stage, the band’s stage was dominated by three massive projections of their faces on the screens behind the stage.

As the gig progressed the heads then spun through time and space, before bursting into flames.

Meanwhile the band themselves were equally impressive, all wearing silver bacofoil outfits, complete with capes, while dry ice, ticker tape and lasers blasted throughout the show.

Mid-way through the gig Jamie Reynolds told the crowd that if it wasn’t for Glastonbury there would be no Klaxons.

“It was 500 meters over there that us three first met,” he explained. “It was love. And so, the message of tonight is…love.”

They played:

’The Bouncer’

’Atlantis To Interzone’

’Hall of Records’



’As Above’

’Golden Skans’

’Gravity’s Rainbow’

’It’s Not Over Yet’

’Four Horsemen Of 2012’

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