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Glastonbury 2024: Sleaford Mods unimpressed with crowd at their Woodsies performance

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Sleaford Mods‘ Glastonbury 2024 performance has won over social media fans, but the band seemed less than impressed at the live crowd.The duo performed on the Woodsies stage at 9pm tonight (June 29).

Opening with their 2023 track ‘UK GRIM’, it was a high-energy set, with a setlist that spanned their 17-year career.Their fourth Glastonbury appearance went down well on social media, with one Twitter user calling it “brilliantly mental”, and another saying it was “a joy to behold”.Well well , who’d have thought it , after all these years Sleaford Mods smashing a greatest hits set at Glastonbury.A joy to behold.

As well as them , live sets from 4 others artists whom all were marvellous.A Mary Wallopers from yesterday night cap to finish.#UptheBBC— Mick (@MMM_CB) June 29, 2024Sleaford Mods are brilliantly mental!!— Dave (@SuperRams86) June 29, 2024Despite the positive reception online, vocalist Jason Williamson seemed dismayed at the number of punters that showed up to their set, saying: “There’s too many fucking people here,” before adding: “Not at our gig I might add.” Later in the set he told the crowd “We played this stage 10 years ago and it’s still the fucking same.

Glastonbury, fuck off.”The sparse crowd can perhaps be put down to the set’s clash with The Streets on the Other Stage and Orbital playing the Park Stage.Williamson also seemed to use the performance to address earlier controversy surrounding the bands’ stance on Palestine.

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