NewsWritten by Tom Williams on June 29, 2015
Mark Ronson: Mr Ronson has been Uptown Funkin' it up all over the place, and his Glastonbury 2015 set featuring Tame Impala's Kevin Parker, Grandmaster Flash and Mary J. Blige was full of funky goodness. Can't wait to see how he brings the funk to Splendour.
Everything Everything: The British indie outfit are no strangers to Splendour and they already have a handful of sideshows lined up. They used Glastonbury to test out a bunch of tunes from their new album 'Get to Heaven'. It's all looking very positive positive.
Years & Years: The British trio drew such a huge crowd at Glastonbury that some punters were locked out of an overflowing tent stage -- a very good omen for their upcoming Splendour set and sideshows.
Wolf Alice: The North London band crowd-surfed in the rain at this year's Glastonbury, proving once again that they know how to ride good festival vibes in any weather.
Palma Violets: The band played Splendour in 2013, and this time around they're teaming up with fellow Glastonbury 2015 act The Vaccines for some Splendour sideshows. What more could you ask for?
Ryan Adams: The alt-country muso played a lengthy Glastonbury set over the weekend, and closed it with his cover of Oasis' 'Wonderwall'. What's more, his Splendour tour will include a solo Sydney Opera House show and sideshow dates with Jenny Lewis.
Death Cab For Cutie: Ben Gibbard and co. have now made their Glastonbury debut, but it's been nine years since they played Splendour. The band's Nick Harmer has said to expect "things we haven’t even attempted before, both in old and new songs" this time around.
Catfish And The Bottlemen: The Welsh band soldiered on after the Glastonbury rain played havoc with their gear, with frontman Van McCann performing despite recently suffering from food poisoning. That's true festival dedication right there.
Kevin Parker: The Tame Impala frontman joined Mark Ronson on stage at Glastonbury to perform their collab tracks, 'Daffodils' and 'Summer Breaking'. Parker will be at Splendour 2015 with Tame Impala, but there's a definite chance of another team-up with old mate Ronson.
Circa Waves: The Liverpool band played two sets at Glastonbury this year (one was supposed to be secret), proving they've got energy to burn. The group are sure to go all out at Splendour this year, with four sideshows also lined up with The Wombats. And who knows, maybe another not-so-secret set somewhere in-between?
Florence + The Machine: During their stunning headline set, Florence Welch and her crew honoured Foo Fighters -- the band they replaced on top of the Glasto bill -- by covering their song, 'Times Like These'. Welch didn't break any bones either, so she's looking fit as a fiddle for Splendour 2015.
Azealia Banks: The rapper cancelled her Glastonbury 2015 set after a doctor told her to rest her voice, leaving her feeling "like crap", so hopefully she's at full health when Splendour rolls around. Remember: Even a short Azealia Banks set is better than no Azealia Banks set.
Splendour In The Grass 2015 is just under a month away, but it’s never too late to delve into the crystal ball of music festivals to see what this year’s festivities will have to offer. With Glastonbury wrapping up over the weekend, we’ve collected 12 acts whose Glastonbury shenanigans have us begging for more.
Renowned for huge lineups, big names and rivers of mud, Glastonbury 2015 has seen Splendour In The Grass acts collaborate on stage, crowd-surf in the rain, cover some classic tracks and even draw such huge crowds that some punters had to be turned away.
If these 12 acts bring the same vibes to Splendour this year, who knows what could happen?
For all the ups, downs and weird moments from Glastonbury 2015, check out Music Feeds’ Glastonbury 2015 All-Action Replay: Goals, Fouls & Red Cards.
For all the latest on this year’s Splendour festivities, head to our Splendour In The Grass 2015 Feed.