Neil Young covers The Beatles on Hop Farm

Plus Primal Scream play new songs in Kent

Neil Young played a headline set at the Hop Farm festival last night (July 6), ending his set with a cover of The Beatles‘ classic ‘A Day In The Life’.

See fan footage of Young‘s set by clicking on the video below.

Young played after the likes of Rufus Wainwright, Supergrass, My Morning Jacket and Primal Scream performed at the bash, the site of which had hosted The Mighty Boosh festival day before (July 5).


Neil Young played a career-spanning greatest hits set at the festival, playing classics including ‘The Needle And The Damage Done’, ‘Heart Of Gold’ and ‘Old Man’.

Earlier in the evening Primal Scream played four new songs destined for their forthcoming new album, ‘Beautiful Future’, out July 21. They opened with new single ‘Can’t Go Back’ and ended their set with fan favourite ‘Rocks’ and ‘Movin’ On Up’.

Primal Scream played:

‘Can’t Go Back’




‘Beautiful Future’

‘I’m Losing More Than I’ll Ever Have’

‘Suicide Bomb’

‘Beautiful Summer’

‘Shoot Speed/Kill Light’

‘Swastika Eyes’


‘Movin’ On Up’

Neil Young played:

‘Love And Only Love’

‘Hey Hey, My My’

‘Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere’

‘I’ve Been Waiting For You’

‘Spirit Road’

‘Fuckin’ Up’

‘Oh, Lonesome Me’

‘Mother Earth’

‘The Needle And The Damage Done’

‘Unknown Legend’

‘Heart Of Gold’

‘Old Man’

‘Get Back To The Country’


‘No Hidden Path’

‘A Day In The Life’


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