Spiritualized Let The Music Do The Talking At Latitude

Jason Pierce and co. pack out the Uncut Arena

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Spiritualized headlined the second night in the Uncut Arena at this year’s Latitude Festival tonight (Saturday July 18).

Topping a bill which included Newton Faulkner, Camera Obscura, Mika and Marnie Stern – Jason Spaceman dug through the band’s catalogue for a full electric live experience.

Highlights included “Lay Back” and “Take Your Time” – which both noticeably moved the faithful audience.

Read Uncut’s full Spiritualized live review, here, at our dedicated Latitude blog.

Spiritualized‘s Latitude Festival set list was:

‘Amazing Grace/You Lie You Cheat’
‘Shine A Light’
‘Cheapster’
‘Soul On Fire’
‘Walking With Jesus’
‘Think I’m In Love’
‘Lay Back’
‘Take Your Time’
‘Come Together’
‘Take Me To The Other Side


Sunday night (July 19) will see the Gossip headline the Uncut Arena. The rest of the bill is pretty strong too, with anticipated, rare, live gigs from Magazine and The Vaselines to come.

Uncut is bringing you news, reviews, blogs and pics from Latitude 2009. Stay in the loop with festival news at our dedicated blog here.

Feel free to send us your comments via the blogs and Twitter. Your observations will be published here at uncut.co.uk .


Pic credit: Richard Johnson

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