Tame Impala want to return to Glastonbury’s Pyramid Stage – but this time as a headliner!
Tame Impala‘s Kevin Parker spoke about the prospect of the Australian band returning to Glastonbury Festival.
The 32-year-old musician-and-producer told Beats 1’s Matt Wilkinson that it could be on the cards if they are asked.
“What’s funny is that I was chatting to my manager about it, and I was like ‘If we played Glastonbury again, what’s gonna happen?’ Because there was talk of maybe headlining The Other Stage,” he replied.
“But I was like, ‘We’ve had a taste at the Pyramid Stage now!’ The vibe was so strong!… Yeah, I guess so (would headline if asked). I mean we’d have to double the laser and confetti amount.”
The psychedelic rock band last took to the Pyramid Stage back in 2016, while playing the 20:00 o’clock Saturday slot prior to Adele.
You can listen to the Glastonbury part of the interview below:
Glastonbury Festival is set to return to Worthy Farm Wednesday, June 26, 2019, and run till Sunday, June 30 – with Glastonbury Festival curator, Emily Eavis, also mentioning that tickets will go on sale round about October.