3 Jun 2013
The BBC say a few words about Goat's forthcoming Glastonbury performance
Ahead of the BBC's coverage of Glastonbury festival, the broadcaster have said a few words about Goat and their up-and-coming performance:
THE HILLS ARE ALIVE
Goat became one of the most talked about bands in 2012 due to the success of their extraordinary debut album World Music, described as one of the year’s best albums by BBC Music.
The band hail from the historical, but little known about Northern Swedish village of Korpolombolo and create a sound which fuses infectious tribal grooves, fuzz and dual vocals.
Live shows by the band are rare but they will be making a few European festival appearances this year at Primavera, Roskilde, Way Out West and two sets at Glastonbury in what could be the perfect spiritual location for their tribal-psych sounds.
Hopefully the BBC will see fit to broadcast some of Goat's show or invite them along to perform a song especially for you in their back stage area? What you think? if you like this idea, then contact the BBC demanding they make it happen!!
Visit BBC's Glastonbury page here: BBC
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