Sigur Ros, The Mars Volta close day two at Latitude

It's an evening of epicness over in Suffolk

Sigur Ros brought the second day of Latitude Festival to a psychedelic close tonight (July 19).

Iceland’s favourite epic rock band headlined the festival’s Main Stage with a set that showcased tracks from their current album ‘Með Suð í Eyrum Við Spilum Endalaust’ alongside old favourites like ‘Hoppipolla’ and ‘Glosoli’.

As is customary, they were joined onstage by all-female string section Amiina.

Over at the Uncut Arena, prog pioneers The Mars Volta put in an eventful two-hour set that saw them cover garage legends The Sonics‘ classic ‘Strychnine’ over five euphoric minutes.

Earlier on, Elbow played a rousing show with the assistance of a three-piece string section that drew heavily from current album ‘The Seldom Seen Kid’.

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