Riding high on the success of her Glastonbury gigs last month, Kate was invited to the BBC studios to perform live in session with Lauren Laverne and talk about the themes behind her debut solo album, Everybody Down. Watch back here.
Bonobo, Kelis, Mr. Scruff, Machinedrum, Toddla T, Congo Natty, Kate Tempest and Young Fathers will all perform at this year's festival, plus we have news of a specially curated programme in collaboration with Greenpeace. Full info below the drop.
We have set times for Congo Natty, Kate Tempest and Young Fathers making their way across Glastonbury this year from Thursday 26 - Sunday 29 June.
Kate Tempest and Young Fathers have made it into the longlist for this year's AIM Awards, nominated for Best Live Act and we're delighted. Do take the time to vote on their website here, before 5pm on 30 June.