Next up were The Horrors. I spent the whole hour pretty much mesmerised by Faris's jumper. It was spellbinding (see above). As for their set, it didn't have the same enveloping sonic impact of Primary Colours. As the rains started to tumble frenetically, I was then packt like sardines in the Village Mentality for Mumford and Sons. Rousing, joyous, multiple instrument swapping and a singalong melody that remained lodged in my clothes long after the rain.
Mumford & Sons - White Blank Page
Deluge followed, cover was sought and seeing Erol was the sacrifice. Next up was Four Tet who ably demonstrated his skills. The track below brought whoops and hollers all round. The performance was so so clean.
Four Tet - Smile Around The Face
Rounding things off was Toumani Diabate, a 71st generation Kora player. A Kora is a West African 21 string harp / lute. It was special, most special when he played solo at the end because it really brought home the tremendous skill required.