Radiohead to play Glastonbury

Emily Eavis says that the band will play at Worthy Farm

Glastonbury festival organiser Emily Eavis has revealed that Radiohead will play at the festival within the next few years.

Speaking to Orange World, Eavis talked of her and her father, Michael Eavis’ love for the band, and assured fans that Thom Yorke and co would be gracing a stage at the festival soon.

“They will be back, but this year wasn’t right for them,” she explained. “That’s why we have done something different with the headliners. We love Radiohead.”

This year’s festival which takes place between June 27 and 29 will feature Kings Of Leon, Jay-Z and The Verve as headliners.

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