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The cult Glaswegians appear at Latitude!

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The Vaselines, most famous for lending Nirvana‘s Kurt Cobain several of their songs, made a rare live appearance in the Uncut Arena at Latitude Festival tonight (Sunday July 19).

The cult pop band’s duo Eugene Kelly and Frances McKee were on great foul-mouthed form, and played to a devoted audience.

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

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

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Pic credit: Richard Johnson

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