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So every year, I come home with a few new tunes that I just listen to on repeat.

This year my two are "Never Enough" by The Cure and "Wolves" by The Cat Empire.

I absolutely loved The Cure's set but I was only ever aware of the main singles, Never Enough just sounded unreal to me.

I caught Cat Empire as they were on early at Other Stage, wasn't too fussed about their other songs but when the played Wolves, I was bopping about my campsite.

 

You got any?

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Neneh Cherry - Natural Skin Deep

Actually, the record doesn't quite do justice to how it sounded being worked out for however long through the West Holts PA, but it's still an absolute banger.

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"Walking in Man-Piss" by the Barsteward Sons of Val Doonican.

A great way to start Sunday

 

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Hot Chip - Melody of Love, from the appropriately-titled album "A Bath Full of Ecstasy". We had abandoned Chemical Brothers and got to Hot Chip for this song.  Was a very special moment.

Then the following morning, everything by Eyre Llew.  Perfect end to a perfect night.

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"Pictures of You" by the Cure - never really heard it before, and it just sounded absolutely sublime on Sunday. I've had it on repeat since.

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4 minutes ago, Vidsidasta said:

Hot Chip - Melody of Love, from the appropriately-titled album "A Bath Full of Ecstasy". We had abandoned Chemical Brothers and got to Hot Chip for this song.  Was a very special moment.

Then the following morning, everything by Eyre Llew.  Perfect end to a perfect night.

I wasn't overly keen on Melody of Love but I belted it up after the end of Chems and made it from Spell. Have to say Melody of Love is brilliant live.

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First that comes to mind is The Burning Hell’s ‘Fuck the government, I love you’, also Keane’s ‘Somewhere only we know’ is stuck in my head 

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Liked them both before the fest, but now have Deja Vu by SOAK and Strangers by Sigrid on loop in my head.

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Love Song - The Cure. 

Can't listen to it without getting a lump in my throat since Sunday!

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Probably my main one ever from attending the festival was "Genesis" by Justice. Used for Other Stage sound checks for years and since I camp there, I heard it a lot. Ended up becoming one of my favourite acts.

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1 hour ago, Quark said:

Liked them both before the fest, but now have Deja Vu by SOAK and Strangers by Sigrid on loop in my head.

Strangers - Sigrid is stuck in my head as well

Also Donnie Darko - Let's Eat Grandma

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Had a moment to this at The Glade. Cant stop playing it and dancing to it in the house !!

 

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I get the feeling The Cure's back catalogue will be coming back into rotation for me.  The big singles were nice, but as mentioned Never Enough was powerful stuff that night.  The lesser known material they played were all good choices.

 

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This ☝️

Was loving the album beforehand and it all came across really well live. 

Hoo Hah!

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Old one but Rockin’ In The Free World has been caned a bit since hearing Lukas Nelson smash it with Neil Young’s band. 

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Ribbons. The Good The Bad And The Queen. Their set was amazing. Glastonbury moment during Ribbons just watching people going about their thing up at the sign. Beautiful moment.

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Adding to The Cure pile-on, Burn was the one I wasn't all that familiar with, and that really blew my head off.

Also, after a very long time having not heard Everyday Is A Winding Road (Sheryl) and Confide In Me (Kylie), being reacquainted with both was delightful

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The tune isn't new to me, but Idles Danny Nedelko hasn't left my ears since the weekend. I must have watched the footage 50 times. Unreal performance. Utterly brilliant 

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‘Car that makes a bus sound’ by Mik Artistik. Didn’t know him at all. Great show. Saw him at the Croissant Neuf Bandstand on the Thursday.

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24 minutes ago, Watergirl said:

‘Car that makes a bus sound’ by Mik Artistik. Didn’t know him at all. Great show. Saw him at the Croissant Neuf Bandstand on the Thursday.

We saw him too and now I can't get "Wave wave wave wave, wave that fucking flag!" out of my head 🤣

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