Festivals are one of our favorite places, and all the excitement leading up to them makes it even better! To kick off your excitement, we put together a playlist of our favorite songs by some of the artists performing at the Glastonbury Festival! It’s an epic lineup with some of the biggest stars, so this festival will be nothing less than amazing.
The lineup includes Taylor Swift, Kendrick Lamar, Paul McCartney, Diana Ross, Mabel, Charli XCX, Camila Cabello, Cage The Elephant, Anderson.Paak, Lana Del Rey, Kacey Musgraves, Dua Lipa, Glass Animals, and many more incredible artists! Amazing artists like these all in one playlist? Yes, pls.
Mabel – ‘Boyfriend’
Our girl Mabel is a queen of girl power in ‘Boyfriend.’ She sings of wanting a boyfriend on her own terms and not settling for anyone. It would be an unforgettable song to hear live at the Glastonbury Festival and we can’t wait to see what she does with it live. Mabel recently performed her hit ‘Don’t Call Me Up’ at the BRIT Awards, and it was so iconic that she won a BRIT the same day her mum won 30 years ago! Her performance at the Glastonbury Festival might be just as iconic even if it’s not an anniversary of anything, it can be iconic just because Mabel is there and will probably perform ‘Boyfriend.’
Taylor Swift – ‘The Man’
Glastonbury will be filled with some girl-power songs as Taylor Swift takes the stage. We can expect her to perform her hit ‘The Man,’ and empower women as she does it. In the video Taylor transforms herself into a man, seemingly doing normal things but getting immense praise from the people around her, just because she’s a man. If she brings this powerful song to the Glastonbury stage, we won’t know what to expect from her performance besides that it will be empowering for both her and the crowd.
Camila Cabello – ‘My Oh My’
One of our fave Camila Cabello songs, ‘My Oh My‘ at the Glastonbury stage would be sassy and full of dancing, which is exactly what we can expect from Camila’s performances. The video takes us back in time to when women weren’t expected to be as brave and adventurous as Camila in the video, but she wants to be adventurous anyway. She doesn’t want to be a damsel in distress and we don’t want her to be either, and if she performs this song, we’ll all be happily dancing along to it at Glastonbury.
Dua Lipa – ‘Physical’
So far this playlist is full of strong women, exactly as it should be to be honest. Here’s another strong woman with a powerful song, Dua Lipa and her song ‘Physical.’ This is a song we can dance to and just feel the power of the song, singing along feels like a dance anthem and has us dancing like no one’s watching. If you see us dancing in the crowd at Glastonbury, feel free to look away or join us!
Cage The Elephant – ‘Social Cues’
This song will make the festival so much more fun, it’s so many genres in one and we can hardly describe it. It’s almost a punk-psychedelic-indie-alternative-rock song, and you can bet it will bring the festival to life. Cage The Elephant already put on an amazing show even if you don’t pay attention to the music, you will see how they grab your attention otherwise. ‘Social Cues’ will be amazing live at Glastonbury Festival if they sing it, and it fits so well to add in something different to our playlist.
Glass Animals – ‘Your Love (Déjà Vu)’
This song, should they sing it, will have the crowd dancing! For anyone paying attention to the lyrics, they’ll also see how they can relate to this bop. We all want a familiar feeling even if it’s bad for us, but you know what’s good for us? Thinking about seeing Glass Animals take the stage at Glastonbury Festival! This is just one of the songs we hope to see them perform, but this is our fave at the moment. Who knows? We might have a new fave after seeing them live at Glastonbury.
Listen to our playlist here down below!
Do you like our playlist for the lineup of Glastonbury Festival? Will you be getting your tickets to see the amazing artists there? Let us know by dropping us a comment or by tweeting us @TheHoneyPOP!
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