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A Radiohead bear is being drawn next to Glastonbury's Pyramid Stage

Pyramid Stage headliners?

  • Dave Turner
  • 19 October 2016

Radiohead's a name that's been mentioned on numerous occasions regarding next year's Glastonbury headliners.

Alongside Daft Punk, the band are seen as likely bill toppers on the Pyramid Stage following this year's 'A Moon Shaped Pool' album and a new addition to the Glastonbury site indicates it may well happen.

As pointed out on Reddit, a bear resembling Radiohead's 'Kid A' promotional logo has been marked out on the grass very close to the Pyramid. There's no doubting the similarity, as you can see on this panoramic view of Worthy Farm.

Then again, that large round face and big ears could just be a hint that deadmau5 will reside at the festival's premier spot.

There was talk that Radiohead were set to follow Grimes' performance at the festival last year, but nothing came of it despite fans waiting for them to appear on the Park Stage.

Let's hope a pair of robot markings appear on the Glasto land soon after eFestivals said it had "well-sourced information" that Daft Punk would headline the Pyramid.

See a screenshot of the so-called Radiohead markings and the 'Kid A' logo below to compare. Check the live cam here and watch as the bear markings get clearer and clearer.

Dave Turner is Mixmag's Digital News Editor, follow him on Twitter

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