T in the Park! Scotlands biggest festival was back with a bang this year with headliners Muse and The Prodigy stealing the show. Not even the rain could stop showmen Muse from putting on their usual energetic perfomance and getting the crowd to sing along to classics such as 'supermassive black hole', 'hyseria' and 'uprising'. Lead singer Matt Belamy bounded onto the stage wearing a metallic silver suit, doing a series of strange dance moves, and basically preparing the crowd for what was to be an amazing night. If this performance is anything to go by then the stadium shows are set to be electrifying. Headling the NME stage is never an easy job but mad trio, The Prodigy, made it look, 'scuse the pun, like a walk in the park. The crowd were jumping for the whole set as The Prodigy, with their usual couldn't care less, freespririted attitude, hypnotised the crowd with hits in the form of 'breathe', 'firestarter', 'poison' and 'invaders must die'. Being one of the best live bands around, they're definatly worth watching if you get the chance.
Labels: 30 seconds to mars, gigsandtours, muse, paloma faith, skunk anansie, T in The Park, The Drums, the prodigy