Final Glastonbury headliner revealed
Hard-fi set to play the Left Field Stage
Photographer: Sarah Thompson19 June 2007
The band will play the Saturday night 'Love Music Hate Racism' evening, playing from
11:45 on Saturday night through to early Sunday morning.
Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly, Lethal Bizzle, The Noisettes and Plan B all play the stage before Hard-Fi, who are expected to showcase new material off of their forthcoming second album. Their new single ‘Suburban Knights” was debuted on Monday night on Zane Lowe’s Radio 1 show, to rave reviews.
Lead singer Richard Archer is renowned for his outspoken views, having grown up in the cultural backwater of Staines. They’ve previously played shows for the anti-racism cause and will fit right in at the Left Field Stage, which aims to reaffirm the spirit of political debate among festival goers.
The Left Field Stage is this year hosting events for Anti-Slavery, Shelter, Love Music Hate Racism, Polish Workers Rights and Youth Music.
Festivals will be hosting the Friday night with CUD, Ned's Atomic Dustbin and
Back To The Planet playing a '90s themed night, following a headline performance from Joss
Stone at around 8pm.
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