The Rascals play Glastonbury set with ‘the full shebang’

Trio play second, extended, show of the festival

The Rascals played their second set of the 2008 Glastonbury this afternoon (June 27).

Having played a short, warm-up set before proceedings officially kicked off yesterday, the band promised “the full shebang” for their Other Stage set.

Arriving onstage to the title track of their new album ‘Rascalize’, the band tore through a longer set with “shebang” as they showcased their debut record.

Playing the likes of ‘Bond Girl’ and former singles ‘Out Of Dreams’ and ‘Freakbeat Phantom’ the band then dedicated a song to one of the growing crowd.

“This is for our mate Jay whose birthday it is, and for the mothers!” declared frontman Miles Kane before ‘I’ll Give You Sympathy’, pointing to his friends and family in the crowd.

The Rascals played:


‘Does Your Husband Know That You’re On The Run’

‘Bond Girl’

‘Out Of Dreams’

‘Fear Invicted Into The Perfect Stranger’

‘Freakbeat Phantom’

‘People Watching’

‘Stocking To Suits’

‘I’ll Give You Sympathy’

‘Is It Too Late’

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