Wolf Alice Admit To Throwing Up With Nerves AFTER Their Glastonbury Set
26 June 2016, 13:46
Appearing on the Pyramid Stage on Saturday afternoon in front of a huge crowd was definitely nerve-wracking for the London quartet… but that any nervousness came AFTER they’d performed.
“I just threw up twice from nerves,” bassist Theo Ellis told Radio X’s Sunta Templeton after coming off stage. “Post-nerves. But it was the best thing that’s ever happened to us in our lives!”
The band are old hands at playing the Worthy Farm festival, but this year was special.
“Glastonbury feels like an anniversary because it’s a year since the album came out,” said Theo. “To finish it at the Pyramid Stage is a really good rounding off of everything.”
Singer Ellie Rowsell also revealed that Wolf Alice were keen to get started on a follow-up to their acclaimed debut My Love Is Cool:
“We’ve been trying to learn how to write on the road, which is something we’ve never had to do before. Hopefully, this winter we’ll be able to get into the studio”
Asked what sort of influences the new record would have, Theo gave a surprising answer:
“Diplo! No, I think we’ve really learnt from making our first album that the songs that we want to play live are the really energetic ones.
“So maybe it might take a more uptempo turn, we don’t know yet.”