Mark Ronson has teased a potential Glastonbury appearance later this summer.
Earlier today (24th April), Ronson took to Zoe Ball’s BBC Radio 2 Breakfast Show to discuss his forthcoming new album ‘Late Night Feelings’. Though failing to drop any tour hints during the interview, the close of the chat saw Ball thanking the producer for appearing on the show, adding “Fingers-crossed we’ll see you in a field near us all soon”, to which Mark smirked in agreement. At the start of the interview, Zoe also hinted that the new record would sound “perfect at festivals”.
Meanwhile, midway through the show, Ronson discussed his work with Miley Cyrus, mentioning that he would “keep the schedule clear” when talking about the singer’s forthcoming debut on Glastonbury’s Pyramid Stage.
Last week, Ronson revealed the full tracklisting for ‘Late Night Feelings’, whilst also confirming the project’s release in June, a fortnight prior to Glastonbury. If he does make an appearance, it will be the first time back at Worthy Farm since 2015 where he played the Other Stage in celebration of that year’s ‘Uptown Special’.
You can hear the full interview over on BBC Sounds at around the 1:44-mark.