Glastonbudget Festival Review 2013
by Kevin Gaughan from: Music in Leicester
Being the wrong side of middle-aged, I love my Pink Floyd, so The Darkside of Pink Floyd was a band on my ‘essential viewing’ list.
The Big Top Marquee was hot, sweaty and packed. No fancy hair-dos or make up here, it was all serious stuff as you’d expect from any serious Floyd act. Not making any real effort to look like the real McCoy, apart from their black t-shirts, that didn’t matter as the music took you to planet Floyd and kept you there throughout the set.
Playing all the classics including Comfortably Numb and Money, I was only left wanting more at the end of their set.
Wow, they made a maturing Floyd fan very happy!