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In Pictures: Hozier, Barrowlands, Glasgow


The Glasgow Barrowlands was a sold out butt to crotch affair, unless of course you stood at the bar, in anticipation for one of the biggest names to arrive from Ireland for a few long years. Hozier's soulful voice and dirty blues guitar lines have made most of the U.K stand up and take notice. As 'Angel of Small Death & the Codeine Scene' began to warm the crowd up, our photographer Chris Kerins was on hand to capture the night.

Hozier Barrowlands

The Glasgow crowd were on great form, giving the sound technician some of the biggest cheers of the night after he tested out each instrument. The sound was spot on and the more surprising element of the night was just how well the album tracks translated onto the stage, striking a great balance between raw and tight.

Alana Henderson's technique on her cello was a particular highlight has they moved on to perform 'From Eden'.

Rachael Lampa & Lorraine Barnes

Rachael Lampa from Nashville (left) and Lorraine Barnes from London (right) were note perfect from start to finish and really put themselves in the mix with swinging moves and pitch perfect harmonies.

Hozier Live Barrowlands

'Jackie and Wilson' is a nod to, well you guessed it, Jackie Wilson. The man who is widely regarded as playing the most important role in the transition of rhythm & blues into soul. We all remember 'Reet Petite'.

Alana Henderson & Marcello

Alana pictured above just before she puts her aptly named instrument Marcello to one side to perform a vocal duet on 'In a Week' with Hozier. A track that was performed with Karen Cowley of Wyvern Lingo on the album. 

All Images By Chris Kerins


Glastonbury Announce Florence & the Machine, Alt J, The Chemical Brothers, Hozier, The Vaccines and So Much More

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Glastonbury have announced some top names for the first round of acts for their 2015 lineup, although no Sunday headliner has been confirmed yet.

This is without a doubt one of the most high profile festivals this year. Joining the previously announced headliners (Foo Fighters, Kanye West and Lionel Ritchie) are the likes of Florence & The Machine, Alt J, Motorhead, Mary J Blige, Patti Smith and The Chemical Brothers.

With such a diverse range of music it's hard to believe that the organisers of Worthy Farm could do any better. But there are more surprises and delights in store.

Check out the list below for the current line-up. For more information on the festival go here.

Glastonbury 2015 Line-up

Foo Fighters

Kanye West

Florence and the Machine

Pharrell Williams


Lionel Richie


Mary J Blige

Alabama Shakes

Paloma Faith

Patti Smith

The Chemical Brothers



Jamie T

Ben Howard

Hot Chip

The Mothership Returns – George Clinton, Parliament, Funkadelic and the Family Stone

Flying Lotus

FKA Twigs


Roy Ayers

Run the Jewels

Mark Ronson

Super Furry Animals

Belle & Sebastian

The Vaccines

Ryan Adams


Future Islands

George Ezra

The Waterboys

The Moody Blues


Franz Ferdinand and Sparks

The Maccabees

Enter Shikari


Clean Bandit

Jessie Ware

Courtney Barnett

Jon Hopkins


Jamie xx

Mavis Staples


Father John Misty

The Fall

Todd Terje

Gregory Porter


Sleaford Mods

Catfish and the Bottlemen

Azealia Banks

Young Fathers

Charli XCX

Kasai Allstars

Sharon Van Etten

Kate Tempest


Wolf Alice

Perfume Genius

Fat White Family

Years and Years

La Roux

Death Cab for Cutie

Lianne La Havas

Death from Above 1979

Circa Waves


The Pop Group


Ella Eyre

Rae Morris

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