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  1. Massive Attack FKA twigs Tame Impala C. Tangana Caribou Mogwai Beach House Arab Strap Deerhunter Rosalia
  2. This is better than The Slow Rush.
  3. Nah Park headliners always start a bit later on a Friday and Saturday, I could have a leisurely stroll up there! You probably know more about him than me but yeah, Other headliner doesn’t seem unrealistic. I figured a move up to the Pyramid was a slight bump but you could easily swap him in for Disclosure, who I mainly included for a lack of obvious alternatives. It wouldn’t be Glastonbury without five way clashes on Friday night and a slightly leaner, but still good, Sunday night.
  4. A PSB v PSB fight on Sunday morning to decide who headlines the Other stage.
  5. FRI Py: Kendrick Lamar, Lizzo, Elbow, Kacey Musgraves, Jorja Smith, Rufus Wainwright, Billy Bragg OS: Wolf Alice, Ben Howard, Bastille, Anne-Marie, Little Simz, Metronomy, Pale Waves, Echo & the Bunnymen WH: Bicep, Slowthai, Seun Kuti & Egypt 80, Sault, Nubya Garcia JP: Editors, Savages, Sleaford Mods, Arlo Parks, Banks, KSI, Holly Humberstone Pa: Phoebe Bridgers, Laura Marling, TBA, Sampa the Great, Tinariwen, Baxter Dury, Cate Le Bon Ac: The Waterboys SAT Py: Arctic Monkeys, Haim, Aerosmith, AJ Tracey, Crowded House, Celeste, Candi Staton OS: Disclosure, Idles, M
  6. 1. Mogwai - As the Love Continues 2. Julien Baker - Little Oblivions 3. Nick Cave & Warren Ellis - Carnage A very strong month overall, with The Weather Station, The Staves and Black Country, New Road all releasing very good albums too. Last month's top three seemed pretty obvious but this month seems a lot more open.
  7. Is there really demand for two full Primavera's? I think there will definitely be more side festivals like Primavera Weekender and Primavera LA but I'm struggling to imagine two big events in Barcelona.
  8. I guess Mogwai will be back which is always a good thing. I mentioned them in the 2021 thread but if they need headliners I’d like to see Arcade Fire, Lizzo and Lorde booked. I’d like to see Kacey Musgraves, Phoebe Bridgers, Daughter and Young Fathers as new additions too. I guess if they wanted a big pop act they could get Rosalia to headline? Would certainly shift any leftover tickets.
  9. Arcade Fire seem an obvious shout if they need a big indie headliner. Maybe Lorde or Lizzo too as I suspect they’ll want to continue booking women to headline where possible. I think there might be a few changes to the headliners, as it will have been 2-3 years since Tyler, The Strokes, Tame Impala and The National’s last albums and who knows what Damon will be up to, though I guess some of those may have new albums out by next summer anyway. I think Massive Attack and Pavement are the most likely to be back next year as that doesn’t really affect them at this point.
  10. Definitely the right decision. I’m not convinced a September festival would have been possible this year and if it had happened it wouldn’t have been the same Primavera we know. Looks like we’re getting the lineup in June which is exciting, roll on 2022!
  11. It might have been posted in here already and I've missed it but I saw this in the R&L forum, quite interesting how they're planning to test anyone not vaccinated
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