The Glastonbury 2017 Moments That'll Get You Psyched For Splendour

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    Glastonbury just wrapped up, creating another slew of musical moments and while your FOMO may be at an all time high, there is a silver lining. Splendour In The Grass shares a number of acts with Glasto and so there are plenty of videos floating around from the weekend that will only make you more excited for the Byron Bay festival next month.

    Tove Lo's Flume Drop

    Swedish popstar Tove Lo is one of the most effortless performers around right now and she proved that with a soaring rendition of Flume's Say It, the song she wrote and sang off his album Skin. No doubt this will get an even bigger reception with an Aussie audience.

     

    George Ezra's Singalong Moment

    George Ezra is back with a new song Don't Matter Now but his old drops are still going down a treat. You probably won't find many singalongs as big as this one come Splendour. 

    Royal Blood Celebrating A Number One Album Live On Stage

    Royal Blood found out that their album had gone to number one during their Glasto set and took the time to celebrate appropriately. While the same thing won't happen at Splendour we're still going to be treated to one of the most raucous sets in the world right now.

    Our Aussie Gal Julia Jacklin Showing The Brits How To Do It

    Julia Jacklin is killing it with her international festival shows right now and she hypnotised most with a stellar Glasto set. It's about time she came home and let a home crowd celebrate her success with her.

    Father John Misty Leading Haunting Singalongs

    Father John Misty's Glasto set is being named by many as one of the best of the weekends. He may be the king of sarcasm but he's also the king of crooning and he brought some pretty powerful moments to the stage.

    Stormzy Creating A Huge Moshpit

    The BBC reckons Stormzy's Glasto set felt like history being made and we're inclined to agree with them. He managed to create the biggest moshpit of the entire festival and we're aching to see this at Splendour.

    The xx Illuminating Glasto

    No one looks a stage and a crowd look more beautiful than The xx and their set on the Pyramid Stage was magical. Night time hadn't even hit yet and they still made everything glow. Imagine what it's going to be like at Splendour when they headline in the dark of night.

    HAIM's Impromptu Dance Party

    If you're looking for the funnest set look no further than HAIM's. BRB already practising our moves.

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Glastonbury just wrapped up, creating another slew of musical moments and while your FOMO may be at an all time high, there is a silver lining. Splendour In The Grass shares a number of acts with Glasto and so there are plenty of videos floating around from the weekend that will only make you more excited for the Byron Bay festival next month.

Tove Lo's Flume Drop

Swedish popstar Tove Lo is one of the most effortless performers around right now and she proved that with a soaring rendition of Flume's Say It, the song she wrote and sang off his album Skin. No doubt this will get an even bigger reception with an Aussie audience.

 

George Ezra's Singalong Moment

George Ezra is back with a new song Don't Matter Now but his old drops are still going down a treat. You probably won't find many singalongs as big as this one come Splendour. 

Royal Blood Celebrating A Number One Album Live On Stage

Royal Blood found out that their album had gone to number one during their Glasto set and took the time to celebrate appropriately. While the same thing won't happen at Splendour we're still going to be treated to one of the most raucous sets in the world right now.

Our Aussie Gal Julia Jacklin Showing The Brits How To Do It

Julia Jacklin is killing it with her international festival shows right now and she hypnotised most with a stellar Glasto set. It's about time she came home and let a home crowd celebrate her success with her.

Father John Misty Leading Haunting Singalongs

Father John Misty's Glasto set is being named by many as one of the best of the weekends. He may be the king of sarcasm but he's also the king of crooning and he brought some pretty powerful moments to the stage.

Stormzy Creating A Huge Moshpit

The BBC reckons Stormzy's Glasto set felt like history being made and we're inclined to agree with them. He managed to create the biggest moshpit of the entire festival and we're aching to see this at Splendour.

The xx Illuminating Glasto

No one looks a stage and a crowd look more beautiful than The xx and their set on the Pyramid Stage was magical. Night time hadn't even hit yet and they still made everything glow. Imagine what it's going to be like at Splendour when they headline in the dark of night.

HAIM's Impromptu Dance Party

If you're looking for the funnest set look no further than HAIM's. BRB already practising our moves.

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