Bjork headlined the Other Stage last night (June 22), marking her return to Worthy Farm after thirteen years.
Coming on stage 25 minutes later than scheduled Bjork wowed a massive Glastonbury festival crowd just after 11.30pm.
Dressed in vivid green, the ethereal Icelandic singer began with ‘Earth Intruders’ and ‘Venus As A Boy.’
Flanked on stage by huge multi-colourful flag bearers, and percussionists, the show was theatrical, Bjork changing costumes at several points during her 16-track show.
The stunning show was completed with the all-incompasing attack from green laser effects, and futuristic computor screens at the side of the stage – the pinancle of which was a truly all-sense engaging ‘Army Of Me.’
Other highlights from Glastonbury’s opening day included Super Furry Animals, Rufus Wainwright and a surprise performance by Lily Allen.
Arcade Fire caused a major sing-along with ‘Colder’ at the end of their set on the Other Stage, and the Hold Steady rocked a packed John Peel Tent.
Also, apparently, Chas ‘N’ Dave went down a storm too!
Check out the Bjork’s set list from last night at the new Uncut Festivals Blog here- we’re at Glastonbury and Knowsley Hall this weekendwww.www.uncut.co.uk/blog/index.php?blog=10&title=
Pic credit: Andrew Kendall