As a young man from Lincolnshire, I can be the first to tell you that it isn’t exactly a ‘hub’ of musical fame, prodigy or prestige. In fact the whole place is mostly fields. 5 young Lincoln lads however, are setting to change that – and are swapping the Lincolnshire fields for Worthy Farm.

This Saturday young up-and-coming band The Pylons will be entertaining the BBC Introducing stage at Glastonbury 2016 in their first major festival gig, and band members Alex, Barney, Joe, Joey and Phil can’t bloody wait.

The band, who formed three years ago, got their first play on BBC Introducing East Midlands back in November 2013 and has since gained notable praise. More and more radio play came in thick and fast, with one admirer being BBC Radio 1 royalty Huw Stephens!

The band were then invited to a BBC live session which you can watch HERE (a video that has surpassed 100,000 views on YT!)

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Their flavour of up-beat indie folk-pop stylings has already rocked a set at Y Not Festival back in 2014, and is guaranteed to go down an absolute storm at this years Glasto. With their unique feel good sound, raw lyricism and head-bobbing, feet-tapping melodies that’ll get everyone moving, The Pylons are the perfect band for a perfect Glastonbury experience.

They light up the BBC Introducing stage this Saturday at 5:45pm which you can watch LIVE on the BBC Introducing Glastonbury website ! We at SpiceUKOnline wish them a massive good luck for their set, and know that this will be the first of many Glastonbury’s The Pylons will give a good old party!

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