The Libertines seem to be the secret special guests at Glastonbury festival tonight, taking Florence and The Machine's original spot before she assumed the headliner role.
Simon Askew - producer/engineer, who's working the Pyramid Stage - Tweeted the mixing desk's running order, before swiftly deleting the proof. Nestled between 'Flo' and Motorhead was a sneaky act called Albion. Head here to find out why that points so squarely at The Libertines.
Combining that with Emily Eavis saying that it's a band who've never played the Pyramid Stage - The Libertines fitting that description - and it looks to be the indie-rock rebels that are taking the slot. The jury's still out, but it's looking more and more likely.
Crack In The Road managed to grab the image before it was removed; see it for yourself below.
The Libertines to play secret slot before Florence & The Machine on the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury? Would seem so. pic.twitter.com/jwgyUFq6tV— Crack In The Road (@crackintheroad) June 26, 2015