Wolf Alice say they ‘grew up obsessing over Muse’

The band also said they were "chuffed" with their Glastonbury Pyramid Stage set yesterday (June 25)

Wolf Alice have said they “grew up obsessing over Muse“.

The band made their debut appearance on Glastonbury’s Pyramid Stage yesterday (June 25), playing songs from their debut album ‘My Love Is Cool’.

Speaking to NME after their performance, the band spoke about their love of Friday night’s headliners when they were younger.

“Me and Ellie [Rowsell], at least, grew up obsessing over Muse,” said drummer Joel Amey. “I was talking to [Ellie’s] dad yesterday and he was saying he used to have to really scour for tickets for you when you were younger.”

The singer responded: “I’m a spoilt brat, that’s me.”

Wolf Alice also described their set on the festival’s main stage as “one of the best things to happen” to them.

Bassist Theo Ellis said he was feeling “elated” after their set. “It was honestly one of the best things that’s ever happened to our band,” he added.

Rowsell, meanwhile, said she expected the audience in front of them to be “way more sparse, so I was chuffed from the very beginning.”