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Kaiser Chiefs kicked off the first full day of music at this year's festival... and there's already been a bit of rain.
They kicked off their impressive set with the title track of their latest album Reflektor.
The Arcade Fire singer takes a photograph of the Glastonbury crowd.
The Canadian band brought their extravagant live show to Worthy Farm.
The band's frontman got a closer look at the audience during their Pyramid Stage headline set.
The band played classic tracks like No Cars Go, Wake Up and Keep The Car Running.
Those aren't umbrellas, they're mirrors.
"What's that? There's a thunder storm? Where?"
The Scottish trio performed an excellent set on The John Peel Stage.
...wait patiently for Elbow.
The Haim sisters made a return trip to Glastonbury.
Watch out, Este. You might get struck by lightning.
The Haim sisters performed on The Other Stage on Friday afternoon.
The excellent rock trio performed on the first day of Glastonbury.
And it is, you know.
At least it's clear for the headliners now!
That unique Glastonbury sounds - thousands of people, walking through mud.
See! It was only temporary.
Lily, we can see your pants. The music gets back underway on the Pyramid Stage, as power returns and the storm passes.
An electrical storm caused the organisers to cut power to all stages on Friday evening.
The storm broke over the Pyramid Stage - some reports say lightning hit the structure.
Unfortunately, a storm hit Glastonbury on Friday evening.
...it was still possible to sit down on the grass on Friday morning.
A bit of rain won't stop them!
The audience enjoy the Kaiser Chiefs as they play their first set of the day.
He predicts a riot.
Woop woop! It's the Kaiser Chiefs!
Oh my God, he can't believe it...
"I can see our tent from here."
Ricky Wilson meets his public.
The veteran punk pop band followed the Kaiser Chiefs as the second band on The Other Stage on Friday.
Well, you never know...
"I can't talk, I'm at Glastonbury. OK, bye."
She'll regret that when it starts to get REALLY wet.