CamelPhat will be heading down to Worthy Farm this summer after confirming that they will be playing a festival “that didn’t happen last year”
The brief announcement came from the DJ/production duo while speaking to Danny Howard on his BBC Radio 1 show.
CamelPhat (aka Mike Di Scala and Dave Whelan) shared details of their long-awaited forthcoming album, which is set to drop early this summer and will feature appearances from the likes of Jake Bugg, Miles Kane, and Elderbrook – who the duo last partnered with on their Grammy-nominated ‘Cola’.
The Grammy-nominated artists also debuted ‘Kona’, their upcoming collaboration with Alan Fitzpatrick, before going on to reveal a breadth of outdoor festival shows planned for this summer which will include Tomorrowland, “Leeds and Reading”, Coachella, EDC Mexico and Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas.
Later into the chat, the British duo went on to tease what could not be mistaken for anything other than a Glastonbury slot, saying: “[we are] allegedly [playing] that other festival that didn’t happen last year… apparently, we’re playing there as well… probably the biggest one in the world…”
You can listen to the full interview over at BBC Sounds – they start talking about Glastonbury at around 47 minutes in.
Although the line-up will probably not be unveiled by the festival’s officials until the end of March / beginning of April, you can check out the latest Glastonbury 2019 confirmed headliners & line-up rumours HERE.
Glastonbury 2019 will take place between June 26 and 30 at Worthy Farm, Pilton.