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Radiohead might title Glastonbury

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Radiohead formerly headlined Glastonbury in 1997 and 2003

Radiohead demeanour set to title a Glastonbury festival in 2017, after a band’s trademark seemed as a “crop circle” in front of a Pyramid stage.

Eagle-eyed fans speckled dual group portrayal a “angry bear” pitch onto a weed on Wednesday afternoon.

The rope and a festival have nonetheless to comment.

Radiohead have headlined Glastonbury twice in a past and guitarist Ed O’Brien recently told BBC 6 Music he would “love to” reprise a experience.

“I go to Glastonbury each year, it’s my carnival,” he told Matt Everitt’s First Time programme.

“To be asked to play during Glastonbury again would be magic. we also consider Glastonbury is like a devout home. It is a mom of all festivals… there’s zero like that one… it would be good to play there.”

As of this morning, a band’s pitch can be clearly seen on a BBC’s Glastonbury webcam, sited usually in front of a steel structure of a Pyramid Stage.

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A perspective of a Pyramid Stage, taken during 08:05 on Wednesday, 20 October

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Fans speckled a pitch being embellished onto a belligerent on Wednesday afternoon

If confirmed, it will symbol Radiohead’s initial UK festival coming given 2011, when they played a “secret set” on Glastonbury’s small, superficial Park Stage.

The band, whose ninth manuscript A Moon Shaped Pool went to series one progressing this year, have recently played a handful of general festivals, including Primavera, Summer Solstice and Lollapalooza, though their usually UK dates in 2016 were hold during London’s 1,700-capacity Roundhouse.

Other headliners rumoured for subsequent year’s Glastonbury embody Daft Punk, Stone Roses and Lady Gaga.

Earlier this week, stone rope Kings of Leon also told a BBC they were penetrating to lapse to a Pyramid stage.

“We adore Glastonbury. we consider that was a initial festival we ever played in Europe,” pronounced drummer Nathan Followill, before asking: “Do they still do it where it’s on one year, off one year to let a weed grow?”

On being told that a subsequent idle year was 2018, he replied: “OK, afterwards we’ll have to get on it in 2017. I’ll have to content Mr Eavis.”

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