Four years after the release of his debut album, Home Again and with the subsequent touring and break which came with overnight fame, British soul-singer Michael Kiwanuka has returned with a more mature and experienced second album, Love & Hate.
Even for the most experienced festival goer, Glastonbury 2016 is sure to be a memorable one. From the mammoth queues to get on site (we spent over 12 hours on our coach from Manchester) to the prodigious level of mud and rain, it has been, at times, a struggle. And that’s not to mention the demoralising news of Brexit that greeted the not-so-happy campers on Friday morning.
But Glastonbury goers are a famously hardy bunch, and it would take a lot more than a bit of mud and Boris Johnson to stop us having a good time. A point made all the easier by the fact that this year’s lineup was one of the most impressive of recent years.