With a couple of weeks to go until their headline slot at V Festival, Oasis have revealed that the festival is their favourite to play.
During an interview with Virtual Festivals film-maker Eleanor Conway, the band also fuelled their ongoing feud with Glastonbury branding festival-goers ‘yoghurt weavers’.Speaking to VF, bassist Andy Bell admitted, “[V Festival is] always our favourite actually, I’m not just saying that it really is.” When asked why they prefer V Festival to the likes of Glastonbury, Bell answered, “It’s the audience, it’s our audience really, it’s our people.”
Guitarist Gem Archer then interrupted saying he prefers V Festival because it is “louder for a start,” before he's heard to say, “yogurt weavers.” When asked what he meant, Archer replied, “you know, farmers – people who weave yoghurts,” referring to Glastonbury-goers.
To watch the full interview click on the player in the top right hand corner.
Oasis and The Killers will headline V Festival 2009 which is sold out, but tickets are available on Viagogo here.