Special Guests Join Mumford And Sons At Glastonbury
1 July 2013, 11:22 | Updated: 1 September 2013, 23:56
Mumford And Sons rounded off a very special Glastonbury festival last night (June 30) with a headline set on the Pyramid Stage that saw the band joined by a number of special guests.
They closed the show with a version of The Beatles' With A Little Help From My Friends and were joined on stage by The Vaccines, Vampire Weekend and The Staves.
The Mumfords opened their set with Lovers' Eyes from their latest album Babel and played a crowd-pleasing set that included Whispers In The Dark, I Will Wait, Winter Winds, Little Lion Man and The Cave.
Bassist Ted Dwayne joined the band for the first time after having surgery to remove a blood clot from his brain.
"A massive thank you to Michael Eavis for having us here and letting us be idiots on his farm for a couple of days," said Mumfords keyboard player Ben Lovett.