Band performed twice at this year's festival
Wolf Alice have revealed a video diary capturing their triumphant weekend at this year’s Glastonbury festival.
The band celebrated the release of their debut album ‘My Love Is Cool’ (June 22) by heading straight to Worthy Farm, where they played a secret set at William’s Green on the Thursday night. They then featured on the BBC as they took to the Park Stage between Glass Animals and Benjamin Booker on Friday, June 26.
The five-minute video shows the band arriving at the festival and signing copies of their new album, before emerging onto the William’s Green stage for their Thursday night performance.
The band whoop with joy backstage, before singer Ellie Rowsell sips cider between tracks. They pose for photos in the Park Stage area, and then check out Swim Deep on the Other Stage. There are some memorable Rowsell crowdsurfing moments and a gurning highlights from bassist Theo Ellis along the way.
‘My Love Is Cool’ is Wolf Alice’s first full length release, following earlier EPs ‘Blush’ and ‘Creature Song’. The LP was released by Dirty Hit Records, the London label that’s also home to The 1975 and was set-up by the unlikely music industry figure of former England international footballer Ugo Ehiogu.
Wolf Alice are currently touring the album at festivals including T In The Park, Reading, Leeds and Latitude, before a September UK club tour including the following dates:
Bristol O2 Academy (September 16)
Birmingham Institute (17)
Glasgow O2 ABC (19)
Newcastle Univesity (21)
Sheffield Plug (22)
Southampton O2 Guildhall (23)
Manchester Albert Hall (25)
London O2 Academy Brixton (26)