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Glastonbury 2024: Fat White Family mock IDLES’ Joe Talbot

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Fat White Family’s Lias Saoudi laid into IDLES’ Joe Talbot during a riotous set at Glastonbury‘s Woodsies stage today (June 29).Saoudi, sporting skin coloured mesh tights, poked fun at IDLES’ set on the Other stage last night (June 28), during which Talbot led a chant of “Fuck the King!” and inadvertently took part in a Banksy-assisted protest.Before a rendition of ‘I Am Mark E Smith’, Saodui dryly announced: “This is a song about my feminist zeal – it’s called ‘I am Joe Talbot'”, and later acknowledged the chants at IDLES set by saying: “God save the King!

Fuck off”.It’s not the first time the bands have come to blows. Back in April, the Fat White Family frontman accused them of “grandstanding on that woke ticket”.FAT WHITE FAMILYまた変なバンド見に来ちゃった。サイコーなサイコ pic.twitter.com/uoakqHIsaS— d(asa) (@mosh_mushroom) June 29, 2024In a conversation with The Independent, he said at the time: “I don’t mind bands being dull or whatever, fair enough, but when you’re grandstanding on that woke ticket I just find that anathema to what rock n’ roll really is, which is the reprobates.

This is freak country. We don’t bring that kind of thing in here.”Sleaford Mods‘ Jason Williamson has also previously weighed in, and accused IDLES of “appropriating a working class voice”.

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