Earlier today The Maccabees announced an additional London show as part of their farewell tour, following confirming of their disbandment.

After announcing their split last summer, the indie group will see off their success with various dates across the country (including three shows at Alexandra Palace, plus the recently-revealed set at Omeara). Alongside the shows, it now seems that a Glastonbury appearance will also be on the cards.

Though not revealed on yesterday’s full line-up announcement, a quick glance on EE‘s website shows confirmation that the band will indeed be gracing Worthy Farm.

The website reads: Radiohead, Foo Fighters and Ed Sheeran will be top of the bill on the Pyramid Stage – but there are also plenty more eye-catching acts for music fans to look forward to. R&B star Solange is among the acts playing the West Holts Stage while chart-topper Rag’N’Bone Man will perform on the Other Stage. Other highlights include Katy Perry roaring into the festival for her Glastonbury debut, grime star Stormzy and indie favourites The Maccabees, who will be playing one of their final farewell shows before they disband.

Yesterday’s Glastonbury announcement saw almost 2,000 names added, with 47 ‘TBA’ spaces also showing on various main stages. Liam Gallagher has also been mooted to take one of these slots though nothing has been confirmed as yet.

More as we hear it.


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