The Bands - In Order of Appearance
Charlie Creed-Miles and Dexter Fletcher
Won the 2011 Youth Jury Prize at San Sebastian for the film 'Wild Bill' starring Charlie and directed by Dexter. Theyre friends of the film, camped with the crew and feature in Glastonbury The Movie as we follow them through several fringe gigs and backstage moments.
Dancefloor action from South London, high on funk but also drawing on ska, hip-hop and reggae. With four singers in the line-up and a belief that a stage is just another place to groove on, there's some social polemic in the words. Pick up on it while you're trying to determine just which bits of the globe have been crazily fused for the beat.
Evan Griffith Dando formed The Lemonheads with two high school buddies in late winter '86. They have gone onto becoming the most sought-after punk relics band and are still touring and packing out large venues.
Omar Lye-Fook is Britains most accomplished male soul singer. Stevie Wonder, no less, performed on two of the tracks on his last album.
Still very much a feature on the European festival scene they celebrate the 20th anniversary of their global number one hit Connected in 2012. A special edit of their performance of the song in the film will be part of this.
The band spent their entire fee from the festival on the fireworks display that you see as the backdrop to their performance in the film. Still with a massive following they packed out the Royal Albert Hall October 2011.
One of the UKs most successful bands in the 90s, we caught their first ever performance at a UK festival. So unknown were they at the time that they hadn't even secured backstage camping.
Chuck Prophet is an American singer-songwriter, guitarist and producer. He attracted notice in the American psychedelic/desert rock group Green on Red. He has also recorded a number of solo records, and gained prominence as a musician and songwriter.
McKoy harness the deep collective strength which a tight knit family unit provides. The band which bears the family's name came into being in 1990 when Noel, Cornelle, Robin and Junette put assorted solo projects to one side and released the Family single to immediate acclaim from soul clubbers and music press alike.
Porno For Pyros
Perry Farrel hardly needs an introduction. The creator of Lollapalooza and founder member of Janes Addiction continues to sell out tour dates and has just released another top ten album.
The band is famous for its live performances, fronted for years by "Jumping" Jon Egan, who used to dance around the stage in a trance-like manner while playing a variety of flutes. Ozric Tentacles has long taken an audio-visual approach to live performance, with an integrated lighting and projections crew.
The world's greatest percussionist and founder member of the legendary Weather Report. He's played with all of them.
Back to the Planet
Back To The Planet (BTTP) formed while squatting together in Londons Peckham in 1989, and attracted a following throughout the early 1990s. They played four consecutive Glastonbury festivals.
Hugely influential in the UK and global music scene and still venerated across the world, The Orb were the band that coined the phrase 'ambient house'. Their track Little Fluffy Clouds pretty much encapsulated the perfect festival feeling and features in the film.