Festival-goers had packed out the tent at least 20 minutes before the Glasgow foursome took the stage, forcing rows of fans 40-deep to watch from outside.
When the band, led by singer and guitarist James Allan, arrived onstage, their opener ‘Flowers And Football Tops’ was almost drowned out by the sound of cheering fans who sang along to every word.
As the audience recognised the drum intro to ‘Go Square Go’ later in the set, they began bellowing the “here we fucking go!” refrain.
As the band led the chant at the end of the song, the crowd noise became almost deafening.
Glasvegas ended their set with forthcoming single ‘Daddy’s Gone’, which was met with an ecstatic reception.
James Allan held back from his microphone at the end of the song, letting the huge crowd sing the song for him, before the band left the stage to enormous cheers.
‘Flowers And Football Tops’
‘It’s My Own Cheating Heart That Makes Me Cry’
‘Go Square Go’
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