1. Dolly Parton fever
Sunday at 4pm was Glastonbury gridlock with everyone after a piece of Parton action… and she didn’t disappoint.
Artists also paid tribute to Dolly with some tasty covers including this one of 9 To 5 by Kaiser Chiefs and Sophie Ellis Bextor performing Jolene.
3. Warpaint throwing out a curveball
While EVERYONE else was covering Dolly Parton, Warpaint treated us to a delicious rendition of David Bowie’s Ashes To Ashes that you might well of missed.
Maybe they know something about next year’s line-up that we don’t.
4. George Ezra being about
Ezra, a product of BBC Introducing, had no trouble getting around Worthy Farm. He made two appearances on the BBC Introducing stage, played a full set on John Peel and also found time to perform on BBC Three.
It feels strange not having him around.
5. James Hetfield’s happy face
No doubt about it, Metallica stole the show on Saturday and boy did it make James Hetfield happy.
And Lars’ drum face
6. St Vincent
She sure has got all the moves.
Enjoy her Park stage set right here.
7. HAIM bass face and all that it inspired
8. Imagine Dragons’ mudfight
We love these photos of Imagine Dragons behind the Other stage. Who says mud is a bad thing?
Amazingly, this all happened BEFORE they went on stage
9. This kiss
Kasabian’s Tom and Noel Fielding take some time to decide who is going to make the first move and then there appears to be some deliberation as to whether mouths will be open or closed. In the end, it’s just a little peck, but what a peck.
Watch Kasabian’s Glasto set here.
If you want more…
For those still feeling nostalgic, why not come and revel in the 120 + videos and 500 + photos we have on the Glastonbury website.
Full sets are up for 30 days so plenty of time to keep boring folks about how 2014 was the best year yet.