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Glastonbury 2024: Confidence Man pull massive crowd for Other Stage performance

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Confidence Man played an early afternoon set on The Other Stage today (June 28), pulling in one of the biggest crowds of the weekend so far.The Australian band were fourth on stage, following performances from Annie Mac, Headie One and The Snuts.

Bombay Bicycle Club will play next, alongside sets from Anne-Marie, D-Block Europe and Other Stage headliners IDLES.After opening with DJ Seinfield collaboration ‘Now U Do’, the dance-pop sensations played a selection of material from their 2018 debut ‘Confident Music for Confident People’ and 2022 follow-up ‘Tilt’.

They also previewed new single ‘I Can’t Lose You’ from their forthcoming LP ‘3AM (LA LA LA)’, which is set for release on October 18.There were costume changes, perfectly in-sync dance moves, and the crowd cheered every time vocalist Sugar Bones flipped his bandmate Janet Planet up in the air.

Instrumentalists and producers Clarence McGuffie and Reggie Goodchild wore their signature black veils; at one point, the camera panned to three fans on the barrier wearing the same.Though they didn’t say anything to the audience, Bones and Planet delivered relentlessly upbeat choreography throughout each track.

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