Watch The Last Shadow Puppets cover David Bowie during their Pyramid Stage set

The duo follow Madness in covering a Bowie song on the Pyramid today

The Last Shadow Puppets covered David Bowie‘s ‘Moonage Daydream’ during their slot on the Pyramid Stage this evening at Glastonbury.

Alex Turner and Miles Kane were performing at the festival’s biggest stage this evening when they broke off from their own material to pay homage to the late musician.

They chose to perform ‘Moonage Daydream’ – first released by Bowie in 1971 and later re-recorded for his ‘Ziggy Stardust’ album – with Turner taking lead vocals for the cover as he prowled the stage, much to the delight of the huge crowd that had gathered to see his and Kane’s side project perform this evening.


Watch footage of the cover below:

The Last Shadow Puppets join Madness in covering a David Bowie song during their Pyramid Stage set today at Glastonbury. The legendary ska band earlier performed ‘Kooks’ in tribute to the “late, great musician”.