Florence + The Machine give a commanding performance on the Pyramid Stage, unfazed by their elevation to headliners after the Foo Fighters were forced to cancel due to Dave Grohl's leg injury.
Florence Welch is in great form, interacting with the crowd throughout a set that features a selection of songs from the band's new album 'w Big, How Blue, How Beautiful', including the title track, 'The Ship to Wreck', 'What Kind of Man', 'Queen of Peace' and 'Delilah'.
There's plenty from the back catalogue as well, including 'Rabbit Heart (Raise It Up)', 'Drumming Song', 'Cosmic Love', 'Shake It Out' and 'Spectrum'.
Mid-way through, a cover of Calvin Harris' 'Sweet Nothing' is followed by the Foo Fighters' hit 'Times Like These', which is dedicated to Grohl.
The set easily justifies the festival's decision to give Florence + The Machine the top slot and the band certainly don't disappoint with their final two songs, the Candi Staton cover 'You Got the Love' followed by the 2008 single 'Dog Days Are Over'.