Undoubtedly one of the best moments of my life. Florence + the machine played Glastonbury for the fourth year in a row, the first year was at the tea tent during breakfast. This performance was far from small, with the sun setting and gentle heat, Florence's set was beautiful.
' As she plays tracks from debut album Lungs, the crowd sings along to hits such as the Drumming Song and non-hits such as Between Two Lungs, giving Flo a spring in her bare-footed steps. As the set builds, she ends Dog Days Are Over by getting the crowd to jump in unison (something that manages to make the entire field quiver) before covering Fleetwood Mac's The Chain.'