Frontman Barry Hyde is about to get hitched
Hyde is set to marry Dananananaykroyd bassist Laura Donaghey in his hometown of Sunderland tomorrow (July 12), and had to leave immediately after the show in the King Tuts Wah-Wah Tent to prepare for his nuptials.
Before their cover of Kate Bush‘s ‘Hounds Of Love’, the band’s guitarist Ross Millard said to the crowd: “We’d like to dedicate this next song to Barry, he’s getting married tomorrow!”
Later in the set, before the band played ‘Carnival Kids’, Hyde told the audience: “It’s been a pleasure to spend my last night as a single man playing to you mad T In The Park bastards!”
The Futureheads, whose third album ‘This Is Not The World’ was released in May, played eight songs from the new record, including singles ‘The Beginning Of The Twist’ and ‘Radio Heart’.
The four-piece also played a number of old favourites, including set opener ‘Decent Days And Nights’, ‘Skip To The End’ and forthcoming single ‘Walking Backwards’, which kicked the set off.
The Futureheads played:
‘Decent Days And Nights’
‘Broke Up The Time’
‘A To B’
‘This Is Not The World’
‘Skip To The End’
‘Hard To Bear’
‘The Beginning Of The Twist’
‘Everything’s Changing Today’
‘Hounds Of Love’
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