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Madness Take Knowsley Hall By Storm

Madness Take Knowsley Hall By Storm

Despite the appalling weather conditions, Madness rallied the crowd admirably at today's Knowsley Hall festival.

Following Joss Stone, who'd provided a welcome flash of colour in the mud, Suggs, Chas Smash and their the Ska legends delivered today's highlight.

Apparently up at 6 this morning to make it down to the site, and impeccably dressed in suits, they ran through their much-loved back catalogue, including "Our House", "One Step Beyond" and "House Of Fun", as well as their classic cover of Labi Siffre's "It Must Be Love".

Headliners Keane close the inaugural Knowsley Hall festival at 10pm.

More festival news on the new Uncut Festivals Blog here- we're at Glastonbury and Knowsley Hall this weekendwww.uncut.co.uk/blog/index.php?blog=10&title=

Pic credit: May Starey


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