Oasis support band play lunchtime slot on Worthy Farm
The Oldham trio proved a popular draw, with a gang of hardcore fans at the front fist-pumping and chanting the band’s name before and throughout the set.
The group of fans were drawing attention for more than just chanting, though.
One of their party was waving a large St George‘s flag with the word ‘clunge’ written across it, while another banner bore the logo of Oldham Athletic FC, the band’s local team.
They went on to showcase their frenetic Britpop- and punk-influenced sound with crowd favourites ‘Strife’, ‘She’s A Weapon’ and closer ‘We Are Us’.
“I know it’s Sunday but you’ve gotta move, man,” Brown said before playing ‘Let Them Have It All’, urging fans to surge closer to the stage.
‘You Stole The Sun’ saw crowd participation upped as fans sang along to the chorus shortly before the band signed off with ‘We Are Us’. “I wish you a beautiful evening,” Brown told the crowd before heading offstage.
Twisted Wheel played:
‘Lucy The Castle’
‘She’s A Weapon’
‘Let Them Have It All’
‘One Night On The Street’
‘You Stole The Sun’
‘Oh What Have You Done’
‘We Are Us’
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