This year we had a fantastic time at Glastonbury Festival where we we had five bands playing across a series of the different stages.

It was great having Mark Lanegan, Temples, King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard, Amber Arcades and Confidence Man all playing at Worthy Farm over the weekend.

It was lovely to have so many friends at each show as well as enthusiastic audiences. If you weren’t at the festival or fancy reliving the experience, here’s a round-up of what went down:

Mark Lanegan took to The Park Stage on Friday afternoon, his debut Glastonbury appearance saw him play old classics as well as tracks from his latest album ‘Gargoyle’. Watch the performance on BBC Iplayer here.

Amber Arcades opened The Park Stage on Saturday morning with the perfect dreamy set to start the day. The band also did a special session for BBC 6 Music’s Cerys Matthew’s where they played ‘It Changes’ and ‘Can’t Say That We Tried’ from the new ‘Cannonball’ EP. Listen to the session here.

On Saturday afternoon Temples brought their 2017 album ‘Volcano’ to The Park Stage as well tracks from their debut album ‘Sun Structures.’ Watch the band perform ‘Certainty‘ and ‘Strange or be Forgotten‘.

King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard played a whopping three shows at the festival including a slot on the John Peel stage that you can watch here. The band also spoke to Tom Ravenscroft about the origin of their name, listen to the interview here.

Lastly, Confidence Man brought the dance moves, tunes and party to the Crows Nest, William’s Green stage and down the Rabbit Hole. The band’s current single ‘Boyfriend (Repeat)’ was played on Huw Stephen’s BBC Radio 1 show, which you can listen to here.

Plus, we would like to give a big shout out to The Stonebridge Bar gang who provided the late night party & the Crows Nest Crew for hosting three secret Heavenly set’s and kicking the festival off in style with a Jukebox party.

Glastonbury we love you, see you in 2019.