For the final song of Goffey’s set at the Caught By The River stage, he welcomed Anderson on stage for an electric version of Supergrass’ 1999 hit. Check out footage filmed by Cornish Stuff below.
Former Razorlight and We Are Scientists man Andy Burrows was also onstage playing drums. He tweeted that the final song was “Like a Surreal 90s dream”.
Played the drums last night, for this lovely man @DannyGoffey @PortEliotFest we finished with “pumping on your stereo” danny got on the drums, I was on rhythm guitar… and Brett Anderson appears out of nowhere to sing lead vocals. Like a Surreal 90s dream pic.twitter.com/NnUq7jAZh4
— Andy Burrows (@andywburrows) July 28, 2018
Fans were enraptured by the show, with many saying it was their highlight of the Cornish festival so far. Alexander Gold said: “Got my favourite surprise of possibly ever last night when Brett Anderson just hopped on stage with us to sing Pumping On Your Stereo. All my childreams seem to be weirdly coming true at the moment… holding out now for an audience with Optimus Prime.”
Got my favourite surprise of possibly ever last night when Brett Anderson just hopped on stage with us to sing Pumping On Your Stereo. All my childreams seem to be weirdly coming true at the moment… holding out now for an audience with Optimus Prime. 🙌
— Darling BOY (@darlingboymusic) July 28, 2018
Goffey’s Supergrass bandmate Gaz Coombes played a set of his own at the festival, while Baxter Dury and Gwenno also delivered headline shows. Insecure Men, Jimothy Lacoste, Confidence Man, Halo Maud and Jalen N’Gonda also feature on the line-up.
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Meanwhile, Anderson is currently gearing up for the release of Suede’s eighth studio album The Blue Hour, to be supported by a number of UK and European tour dates.
Of the album, Anderson recently told NME: “It’s quite dank and troubling. A lot of this is about the terrors of childhood, so it’s quite unpleasant in lots of ways. I think Suede should be unpleasant, that’s the point of a band like Suede. Whenever we’ve tried to pleasant, it never works.”