Special guests and possibly Glastonbury's (delberately) worst kept secret, Biffy Clyro took to the Park Stage later in the day and played tracks from their incredible back catalogue, as well as the more mainstream pleasers. The end result being a effortless display of talent that is now as characteristic of the band's live shows as their success is deserved.
Electro charmers Foals took to the John Peel Stage as the sun set to showcase tracks including 'Miami', 'Balloons' and the one that we were all waiting for, 'Spanish Sahara'. The Oxford-hailing five-piece seemed to hypnotise the audience, with them dictating the movements of each audience member as both inside and outside of the tent the crowd danced on each beat and sang back every one of Yanis's crafted lyrics.
Muse later headline the Pyramid stage in a set that drew on their achive of tracks and demonstrated exactly why they had deserved their prestigious slot on Glastonbury's 40th line up. Rounding off their set with U2's 'Where the Streets Have No Name', The Edge joined the band in a sincere tribute to a band that a lot of fans were disappointed to have not seen.
By Laura Routledge