New York afro-poppers play the first of their three gigs at the festival this year

Vampire Weekend performed the first of their three gigs at this year’s Glastonbury Festival today (June 27).

The New York four-piece took to the Other Stage this afternoon and seemed considerably awed by the turnout.

Addressing the crowd, frontman Ezra Koenig said: “I can’t believe how many people we’re looking at. It’s such a beautiful sight, we’re really honoured to be back in your country.”

The group are set to play on the John Peel Stage tomorrow (June 28).

Vampire Weekend played:

“Mansard Roof”
“Campus”
“Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa”
“M79″
“[Untitled New Song]”
“A-Punk”
“I Stand Corrected”
“Bryn”
“One (Blake’s Got A New Face)”
“The Kids Don’t Stand A Chance”
“Oxford Comma”
“Walcott”


Keep an eye on Uncut.co.uk for more on Glastonbury performances, and check out NME.COM for all the up-to-date news from the festival.