The Specials play tiny Glastonbury warm-up show

Coventry legends decline to play 'Ghost Town' though

The Specials played a tiny Glastonbury warm-up gig tonight (June 25) at London‘s 100 Club.

The reformed Coventry legends performed a hit-packed set at the tiny venue in preparation for their Pyramid Stage show at the Somerset festival this weekend.

However, the group decided not to play their biggest hit, ‘Ghost Town’, leaving the stage after ‘You’re Wondering Now’.

The band begun their sweaty set with ‘Concrete Jungle’, before frontmen Terry Hall and Neville Staple took to the stage to launch into ‘Do The Dog’.

Onstage banter was kept short as the band ran through hits including ‘Too Much Too Young’ and ‘Gangsters’.

The Specials recently played a sold-out run at London‘s O2 Academy Brixton.

They played:

‘Concrete Jungle’
‘Do The Dog’
‘Gangsters’
‘It’s Up To You’
‘Rat Race’
‘Monkey Man’
‘Blank Expression’
‘Too Hot’
‘Doesn’t Make It Alright’
‘Friday Night, Saturday Morning’
‘Man At C&A’
‘A Message To You Rudy’
‘Do Nothing’
‘Hey Little Rich Girl’
‘Little Bitch’
‘Nite Klub’
‘Too Much Too Young’
‘You’re Wondering Now’