Fans turn out in force for high-octane festival set
Thousands of fans packed out the Carling Stage at todayï¿½s (August 24) Carling Weekend: Reading Festival for Jack Peï¿½ateï¿½s evening slot.
Taking the stage at 20:25 GMT, Peï¿½ate induced a frenzied crowd to sing along, dance and wave hands throughout a set peppered with tracks from his forthcoming debut album ‘Matinee’.
During ï¿½Learning Linesï¿½, Peï¿½ate embarked on his trademark ï¿½Peï¿½ate polkaï¿½ dance routine, delighting the crowd by shimmying across the stage.
Before playing ï¿½Second, Minute Or Hourï¿½, Peï¿½ate, who had been uncharacteristically quiet throughout the set, said, ï¿½My voice is really shit. You may know the lyrics to the next one.ï¿½ Sure anough, the crowd sang along in unison to the song.
Peï¿½ate ended his set with one of his hit singles ï¿½Torn On The Platformï¿½, which received a rapturous applause and induce mass dancing among the Carling Stage crowd, before Peï¿½ate left the stage, clapping in appreciation to his audience.
Jack Peï¿½ate played:
ï¿½Spit At Starsï¿½
ï¿½Got My Favouriteï¿½
ï¿½Made Of Codesï¿½
ï¿½Cold Thin Lineï¿½
ï¿½Dub Be Good To Meï¿½
ï¿½Second, Minute Or Hourï¿½
ï¿½Torn On The Platformï¿½
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