But frontman Ryan Jarman says the weather couldn't have been any nicer
The four-piece told NME that it was impossible to escape the heat at one of the hottest years on record at Worthy Farm. Watch the band talking about the festival in a video on the right now.
“It couldn’t possibly be any nicer, but I really struggle with the heat,” revealed frontman Ryan Jarman. “The bus that we’re on must have been built the year I was born. The air conditioning doesn’t work and there’s really no respite from it. But it’s typical, isn’t it, you would complain if it was sunny, you would complain if it was raining.”
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