I mean, sure, Bowie isnt playing though, I mean, imagine it? God damn that wouldve been good. Its okay though, hell still be touring, not that anyone will be able to get a ticket of course; Im partially deluding myself on the hopes that, what with both being back this year, therell be a David Bowie tour with Nine Inch Nails supporting. I MEAN COME ON! GET OUT OF MY HEAD AND IN REAL LIFE! This is about Glastonbury though, so moving swiftly on. There's no Daft Punk neither. After taking a year out last year, Glastonbury returns this year and unlike the other festivals opted out of revealing the acts in dribs and drabs, or full on straight up, and have surprisingly managed to keep the line up a secret right up until now. I mean, if youve got Ronnie Wood willing to lie for you, youre on to a winner. Am I right? So yeah, Glastonbury has officially announced its line up, which was covered live on Zane Lowes Radio 1 show through track plays of the headliners and an interview with Emily Eavis. I wont bog you down with too much of my clatter, and just say that it boasts some right pretty stellar inclusions. For a number of reasons, I wish I was going. Admittedly, why Mumford & Sons are headlining the Pyramid Stage is beyond me, but hey, you cant win them all, I guess. Two out of three aint bad, what with Arctic Monkeys and The Rolling Stones. Though watching The Rolling Stones now would mostly be just to say youve seen them, and hear some classics. That aside there are some great acts playing throughout the rest of the stages and lower down on the Pyramid Stage. Have a nose below and see what I mean. I wish I was rich. Hey, Glastonbury, fancy giving me a Press Pass?