The Flaming Lips at Glastonbury: ‘Seeing Radiohead was one of the greatest shows ever’ – video

Wayne Coyne bigs up Thom Yorke and co

The Flaming LipsWayne Coyne has described how Radiohead‘s 2003 headline set at Worthy Farm was “one of the greatest shows” he’s ever seen.

Although Coyne and The Flaming Lips played the Other Stage at this year’s bash, the singer recalled Radiohead‘s headline set in 2003 as one of his happiest Glastonbury moments (The Flaming Lips had also played that year).

“After we got done playing we were able to stay onstage and watch Radiohead play,” Coyne told NME in a video interview available to watch on the right of your screen now. “I love Radiohead, and just seeing them embrace this huge mass of overflowing love and energy that was cascading down on them…it was amazing.”

Coyne added that the gig “was probably one of the greatest shows I’ve ever seen”.

Watch the entire interview with Wayne Coyne on the right now.

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