The 1975 stopped their secret Glastonbury set mid-performance on Thursday (27.06.14) after a crowd member threw a can on stage.
The 1975 stopped their secret Glastonbury performance after a crowd member threw a can on stage.
The indie rock band halted their set as the music festival got under way on Thursday (26.06.14) when a fight broke out in the crowd.
According to NME.com, frontman Matthew Healy stopped singing mid-performance and said: ''Ladies and gentleman I'm sorry to disrupt your peaceful Glastonbury but someone just threw a can on stage. I won't have people fighting at my Glastonbury.''
The performance resumed after security quickly intervened and removed a male reveller from the audience.
The group - also consisting of Adam Hann, George Daniel and Ross MacDonald - proceeded to perform their hit song 'Chocolate' as well as other tracks from their 2013 debut album.
As The 1975 closed their hour-long set, Matt introduced another surprise act to the stage - electronica group Metronomy.
Metronomy performed a slew of their most popular songs including 'Holiday' and 'Radio Ladio'. They then dedicated 'The Look' to country music legend Dolly Parton to cheers from the crowd.
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