60s pop/rock-band The Beach Boys have become the latest act to hit up the Glastonbury 2019 rumour-mill, following a rogue tour listing appearing on the web.

According to ViaGoGo, the band are set to return to the UK for two performances at London’s Royal Albert Hall, the weekend prior to next year’s Glastonbury, which runs from 26-30 June.

Last year, Beach Boys co-founder Brian Wilson was announced as the headliner for the 21st Glastonbury Extravaganza. Meanwhile, just last month, the group’s Mike Wilson teased that a Worthy Farm Sunday afternoon ‘legends’ appearance could actually be within arm’s reach. Speaking to The Sun, he said “Anything could happen. I would absolutely love to go to Glastonbury. We did 175 shows last year so we stay pretty busy. We would love nothing more than to do that slot at the festival.”

Other names also attached to Glastonbury 2019 include The 1975, Chromeo and Hacienda Classical (the latter whom have already confirmed their appearance).