The Bees get Glastonbury ready for England’s World Cup showdown

Band help get the final day of the 2010 festival going

The Bees continued their return playing the West Holts stage as the final day (June 27) of Glastonbury 2010 got into full swing.

The Isle Of Wight band have been quiet on the gig-front for the last year or so as they have been working on a new record, but they made the presence felt at the festival with an early afternoon set, which included new song ‘I Really Need Love’ as their final track.

The band also warmed the crowd up for this afternoon’s World Cup match between in England and Germany during their set declaring: “Peace, also come on England!”

The game is set to be shown live on the festival site in a special field with a 50,000 capacity.

The Bees played:

‘Who Cares What The Question Is’
‘Listening Man’
‘A Minha Menina’
‘The Russian’
‘Better Days’
‘Got To Let Go’
‘Chicken Payback’
‘I Really Need Love’

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