Horrors play Glastonbury gig flanked by flames

Faris Badwan and co play dusk Park Stage show

The Horrors played a Glastonbury show flanked by two enormous pillars with flaming torches on top of them.

Faris Badwan and co played songs from their recent album ‘Primary Colours’ at their 9.30pm (BST) Park Stage slot including ‘I Only Think Of You’, the first ever live airing of the song.

They played amid dry ice as the sun set on Worthy Farm, with Badwan sporting a white jacket in contrast with his bandmates’ dark attire.

“We’re happy to be playing a festival at a meaningful time,” the frontman said towards the end of the set.

The London five-some then ended their show with ‘A Sea Within A Sea’ before heading offstage to make way for Park Stage headliners Animal Collective.

The Horrors played:

‘Mirror’s Image’
‘Three Decades’
‘Do You Remember’
‘I Can’t Control Myself’
‘Scarlet Fields’
‘I Only Think Of You’
‘Who Can Say’
‘A Sea Within A Sea’

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