Watch as Supergrass reform to play Glastonbury’s Pilton Party
Supergrass performed together for the first time in ten years with a surprise performance at Glastonbury’s annual Pilton Party event.
Glastonbury co-founder Michael Eavis ramped up excitement around this year’s Pilton Party event by claiming a “big, big band” is reforming especially for the festival.
The event, which took place on September 6th at the iconic Worthy Farm venue, saw Wolfe Alice arrive as the major headliner. The annual event is organised as a smaller, more intimate affair with the aim of thanking nearby residents and workers while acting as a fundraising opportunity.
Initially established in 1984, Pilton Party is held in the later summer in order to welcome the Pilton Show weekend. Having seen Liam Gallagher headline last year, Gaz Coombes and his Supergrass bandmates made their announcement shortly before taking to the stage.
After rolling though an 11-song set of some of their most well known tracks, Supergrass also announced details of a last-minute show in London which will mark their first show in London since 2010.
The band will play Hackney venue Oslo next Monday (September 9). Below, find more details of that show and some Pilton Party highlights.