The High Wycombe band played a medley of the covers towards the end of their set, with Arcade Fire‘s ‘Wake Up’ blending into Blink-182‘s ‘Stay Together For The Kids’ and then Guns N’ Roses‘ version of ‘Live And Let Die’.
“That was the stupidest thing ever!” frontman Gustav Wood said, before asking fans to buy a copy of the band’s album ‘All Our Kings Are Dead’.
“Fuck it, it’s good to be here,” Wood screamed before playing ‘Winter Kiss’. He later initiated the crowd to start the first circle pit of the weekend, crowdsurfing his way into it during final song ‘Beneath The Wave’.
Young Guns played:
‘Sons Of Apathy’
‘Daughter Of The Sea’
‘Wake Up’/’Stay Together For The Kids’/’Live And Let Die’
‘Weight Of The World’
‘Beneath The Wave’
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