Glastonbury are set to release their first ever live album

Sets from this weekend’s mega-fest will feature on the charity fundraising release.

It’s only a matter of days until Glastonbury 2016 all kicks off, but those of you without a ticket can breath a (tiny) sigh of (somewhat) relief.

For the first time ever, the festival are set to release an official live album, featuring tracks from sets recorded across the weekend. Dedicated to the memory of Jo Cox, the Labour MP and activist who was sadly killed last Thursday, the release’s profits will be donated to Oxfam’s new Refugee Crisis Appeal.

Set to feature on the release are headliners Coldplay, Muse and Adele, alongside the likes of Foals, Wolf Alice, The 1975, The Last Shadow Puppets, Years & Years and more. It’s set for release on July 11th via Parlophone Records.

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