Metronomy - Glastonbury - 2022

Metronomy - Nu-Disco and then some.

Metronomy – Live At Glastonbury 2022 – Past Daily Soundbooth: Festival Edition

Metronomy - Glastonbury - 2022
Metronomy – Nu-Disco and then some.

Metronomy – Live At Glastonbury – June 25, 2022 – BBC 6 Music –

Metronomy at Glastonbury – recorded on June 25, 2022 by the always-present BBC 6 Music and broadcast live. Metronomy formed in 1999. As of 2021, the band consists of Joseph Mount (vocals, keyboards and guitar), Oscar Cash (keyboards, backing vocals, guitar and saxophone), Anna Prior (drums and vocals), Olugbenga Adelekan (bass guitar and vocals) and Michael Lovett (keyboards and guitars).[2] Their music consists of vocal and instrumental electronic pop music. Mount also releases remixes under the name Metronomy, and has remixed many artists including Gorillaz, Sebastien Tellier, Roots Manuva, Franz Ferdinand, Klaxons, Goldfrapp, Young Knives, Zero 7, Ladytron, Kate Nash, Lady Gaga and Lykke Li.

They have released seven albums of original material, Pip Paine (Pay The £5000 You Owe), Nights Out, The English Riviera, Love Letters, Summer 08, Metronomy Forever, and Small World.

Metronomy have toured widely throughout the UK and Europe supporting acts such as Coldplay, Bloc Party, CSS, Klaxons, Kate Nash and Justice. They engaged in their first headline UK tour in 2008. Metronomy have also played gigs in America and Canada notably at the 2007 SXSW.

Up until April 2009, Joseph Mount’s performance of keyboards, vocals, and guitar in the live band was accompanied by members Oscar Cash (keyboards, melodica and saxophone), and Gabriel Stebbing (keyboards and bass guitar). Since Stebbing’s departure from Metronomy in 2009 their live set has been known as Metronomy 2.0 and has been highly praised by Stebbing.

Metronomy’s new band features former Lightspeed Champion drummer Anna Prior and bassist Olugbenga Adelekan.

Metronomy’s live shows include dance routines and light shows. Most notably they use push lights stuck to their chests. Mount explained: “We did our first gig in Brighton, and a few days before I saw these lights in a pound shop and I thought ‘we’ll whack these on our t-shirts and do some synchronised light shows!’ I’m totally aware that some people hate it but equally I think some people enjoy it just for the fact that it’s a bit of fun.”

Metronomy performed at Field Day music festival in Sydney on New Year’s Day 2012 and toured the UK in February 2012 with Two Door Cinema Club, Tribes and Azealia Banks on the NME Awards Tour 2012. They also performed at Primavera Sound Festival in Barcelona in May 2014, at Rock Werchter in Belgium in June 2014 and at Festival No.6 at Portmeirion, Wales in September 2015.

And here they are last weekend, tossing the audience at Glasto into a frenzy of good vibes.

Crank it up.




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