Special Events

Glastonbury 2015

Glastonbury, arguably one of the best festivals in the world, is upon us. A multitude of ITB's artists perform across the weekend, including Pyramid stage Sunday headliners The Who.

Wednesday June 24th

Thursday June 25th

Friday June 26th

Saturday June 27th

Sunday June 28th


The Who

There are four names always on or near the top of the list of all time great Rock ‘n’ Roll bands: The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin and The Who.

Shows

  • Sunday 28/06/2015  21:45 Pyramid Stage
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Bear's Den

Welcome to Bear’s Den. Inspired by Maurice Sendak’s 1963 children’s classic ‘Where the Wild Things Are’, this London based trio (Andrew Davie; guitar & vocals, Kev Jones drums; vocals and Joey Haynes banjo; vocals) create music which -whisper it- dares to be both literate and profound. While, crucially, remaining universally accessible.

Shows

  • Sunday 28/06/2015  16:55 Avalon Stage
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Coasts

Coasts are a five piece band originating from Bristol who play their own brand of tropical pop. Having formed in 2012 the band have built a loyal following through extensive touring and the successful release of their debut EP titled ‘Paradise’ in 2013.

Shows

  • Saturday 27/06/2015  13:00 John Peel Stage
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Courteeners

It’s long been a tradition when writing about Courteeners to portray them as plucky survivors persevering in the face of a cold, unforgiving media. That, or to dismiss them as a purely geographical phenomenon. A freak Mancunian flare-up whose appeal evaporates the minute they travel past the M60. Neither of these things are true….

Shows

  • Friday 26/06/2015  19:30 Other Stage
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Eaves

Leeds based artist Joseph Lyons aka Eaves, has swiftly evolved from self releasing a number of demos online into providing one of the most engaging live sets. His highly acclaimed debut album, What Green Feels Like, was released in April 2015 on Heavenly Records. The deluxe edition of the album was re-released in October featuring extra tracks.

Shows

  • Saturday 27/06/2015  12:00 The Park Stage
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Hot Chip

There are five words slipped into the middle of ‘Night and Day’ - the hyper-infectious, propulsive track that comes halfway through Hot Chip’s fifth album - that in many ways sum up what’s In Our Heads. Somewhere between the fizzing percussion and the relentless and addictive bassline, a processed voice intones the line, “I like Zapp not Zappa”.

Shows

  • Friday 26/06/2015  22:15 West Holts Stage
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Nick Murphy

As recently intimated on social media, the musician Chet Faker has forgone his alias and will now write, produce, record and perform under his real name, Nick Murphy - symbolising a significant musical evolution for the artist.

Shows

  • Friday 26/06/2015  16:00 John Peel Stage
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Ibeyi

Ibeyi are 19 year old French Cuban twins, Naomi and Lisa-Kainde Diaz. They are daughters of the late Cuban percussion Anga Diaz.

Shows

  • Saturday 27/06/2015  13:00 The Park Stage
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Jake Isaac

"A little folk, a little soul. A little pop, but more than a little serious” – Clash

Shows

  • Friday 26/06/2015  16:15 Rabbit Hole (The Park)
  • Friday 26/06/2015  19:30 La Pussy Parlour (Silver Hayes)
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Indiana

Indiana's debut video for her first single Blind As I Am is a strangely fitting introduction. It's about as far away from a straight pop video as you can imagine. In it, Indiana stalks around an abandoned building like a ghost, taking stock of forgotten objects, faraway memories.

Shows

  • Saturday 27/06/2015  16:45 Sonic Stage
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Jamie T

“This album is a weird, important record for me on the basis of where I am as a songwriter.” Jamie Treays looks thoughtful. We are reclining in his daily place of work, a small, scruffy recording studio in Hackney. He is wearing a nicely appropriate, but seemingly uncontrived mix of mod classic clothing and a very un-mod baseball cap. Today, on a hot Spring day in 2016, Jamie T seems very at ease with who he is, and has been. “A lot of my identity as an artist was forged when I was about 23. And I really enjoyed writing songs in that vein. But this feels like the last record where I’ll do that. Getting my last enjoyment out of reminiscing about my past and being that 23-year-old. Being thirty feels like a good chapter ending and a good turning-point.”

Shows

  • Sunday 28/06/2015  20:15 Other Stage
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Rae Morris

Twenty-one year old Rachel Anne Morris was born in Blackpool and chose to stay there over moving to London after signing to Atlantic. Her family have never moved.

Shows

  • Sunday 28/06/2015  14:00 The Park Stage
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Flo Morrissey

Flo Morrissey stands just on the brink of her 20th birthday, yet her voice and her songwriting possess a timelessness; an otherworldly naivety coupled with the weight of an old soul. It’s a rare quality, one that calls to mind the work of Karen Dalton, Jackson C Frank or Joanna Newsom, and that marks her out as a distinct and remarkable talent.

Shows

  • Saturday 27/06/2015  11:00 The Park Stage
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Real Lies

Real Lies’ music expresses late-night euphoria at the same time as it embraces the horrors of the following afternoon, twinning street bravado with bedroom vulnerability, loss with longing.

Shows

  • Friday 26/06/2015  18:00 WOW! (Silver Hayes)
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Rival Sons

Great Western Valkyrie puts Rival Sons freewheeling fuzz and improvisational stage ethos to wax and cements their position as America’s next great rock’n’roll band.

Shows

  • Sunday 28/06/2015  11:00 Other Stage
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Tourist

Tourist is the latest addition to the burgeoning roster of Disclosure affiliated label, Method Records. Marking his second release of the year, following on from his Tonight EP, Tourist continues his prolific development, expanding his already extensive range and breadth of melody and song structure. With the announcement of his new EP his shift to a more progressive and intricate understanding of his role as producer has lead him to working with vocalists for the first time, featuring MNEK and newcomer Jacob Banks.

Shows

  • Friday 26/06/2015  22:30 La Pussy Parlour (Silver Hayes)
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Twin Atlantic

That much of Great Divide was written in the back of tour buses, late at night, after Twin Atlantic had stepped off yet another festival stage is evident from first listen. Addictive, arms-aloft anthems with instantly catchy choruses and refrains that beg to be howled back dominate the Glaswegian band’s glorious second album.

Shows

  • Sunday 28/06/2015  15:45 Other Stage
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Vintage Trouble

Over the past few years, Vintage Trouble has wowed audiences across the globe by opening for The Rolling Stones, The Who, AC/DC and the Dixie Chicks, and have played sold-out headline shows worldwide.

Shows

  • Saturday 27/06/2015  18:30 West Holts Stage
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Jane Weaver

Abusing, evading and obliterating 20 years of whimsical pop trends, Jane Weaver’s experience as a truly independent and resilient female experimental songwriter / sound-carrier commands respect and inspiration in equal measures.

Shows

  • Saturday 27/06/2015  12:30 West Holts Stage
  • Sunday 28/06/2015  15:00 William's Green (Other)
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Double Agent 7

Double Agent 7’s mission is to play killer floorfillers from the 50s & 60s all exclusively on vinyl 45s.

Shows

  • Wednesday 24/06/2015  22:00 Deluxe Diner (Shangri-La)
  • Thursday 25/06/2015  01:45 Rabbit Hole (The Park)
  • Friday 26/06/2015  22:00 Deluxe Diner (Shangri-La)
  • Sunday 28/06/2015  19:00 The Bimble Inn (The Park)
  • Sunday 28/06/2015  20:45 The Bimble Inn (The Park)
  • Sunday 28/06/2015  23:00 Deluxe Diner (Shangri-La)
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Balthazar

There’s a point on Balthazar’s second record ‘Rats’ during ‘Sinking Ship’ where the music takes a backseat, where the rhythm fades away and a choir of lonely boys sing; “We’ll get to know your sad side again” over and over again - as if someone’s dumped them in a freezing cold forest with no direction home.

Shows

  • Thursday 25/06/2015  02:00 La Pussy Parlour (Silver Hayes)
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