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Glastonbury 2024: The Last Dinner Party speak on the General Election, encourage voters to “have some fucking empathy”

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The Last Dinner Party have spoken out about the General Election, which is scheduled to take place next Thursday (July 4) while at Glastonbury.Taking to the Other Stage this afternoon (June 29) at Worthy Farm, lead vocalist Abigail Morris introduced hit single ‘Nothing Matters’ with a short speech, asking voters to “protect each other and just having some fucking empathy.”She began: “I just want to take a minute [to speak] because of how many people are here watching, and on television too.

I think we all know who we are voting for, but it doesn’t end with the Tories being kicked out,” she said. “It really is up to us, the people, to make the change.”Morris continued by alluding to the recent outcomes achieved by Bands Boycott Barclays.

The pressure group’s work resulted in Barclays withdrawing their sponsorship of Download, Latitude and Isle of Wight Festivals, with the bank having been accused of having financial ties to companies supplying weapons to Israel.“Keep going to protests, keep signing the petitions that will be debated in government, keep boycotting the right things,” she added. “We have seen it has worked… Barclays pulled out [of the festivals].”Elsewhere, the band played their debut album, February’s ‘Prelude To Ecstasy’ in full throughout an hour-long set.

Morris wore a billowing white dress stained with fake blood, while guitarist Emily Roberts performed using a gold model of St Vincent‘s signature guitar.The five-piece also aired two unreleased tracks, titled ‘Second Best’ and ‘The Killer’.

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