Australia’s beloved Chet
Facker Faker has been added to this year’s Glastonbury Festival lineup, but whoever put together the event’s official lineup poster has managed to fack up the Melbourne musician’s name, mistakenly calling him “Chet Facker”.
Glastonbury’s “Chet Facker” faux pas was caught by punters who took to social media to share their hilarious find.
Faker himself, whose real name is Nicholas James
Murphee Murphy, has shared a number of his favourite posts via his own Twitter account, and they’re available to view alongside the officially flawed Glastonbury poster, below.
Earlier this year, Murphy said his second studio album — the follow-up to 2014’s uber-successful Built On Glass — will be “heavily performance based”, with more organic grooves.
Gallery: Chet Faker @ The Enmore Theatre, Sydney 29.06.14 / Photos by Liam Cameron
Chet Faker Named As "Chet Facker" On Glastonbury Festival Poster - Music Feeds
— Kat (@gvrdengnome) June 2, 2015
— Bridget Hustwaite (@BHustwaite) June 2, 2015
@Chet_Faker Semi-Pro Chet Faker, Professional Chet Facker
— Karl Green (@KarlGreen_) June 2, 2015
— Ellie (@ellie_alfonso) June 2, 2015
2015 Glastonbury Festival Poster (Click to expand)