The 1975 and Metronomy play secret sets at Glastonbury

Both The 1975 and Metronomy took to the William's Green Stage last night (June 26) shortly after 8.15pm for some surprise sets. Matt Healy and the rest of the Manchester band kicked things off to a packed out tent.

With a year like no other and an album that sent thousands of fans into meltdown, festival-goers flocked in to the tent to watch the four-piece perform material from their self titled debut such as Chocolate and Sex. However, things didn't go as smooth as planned. Frontman, Matt Healy, had to put the set on hold as a fight broke out in the crowd and a can was thrown on stage. It is beleived that he explained the situation to everyone else watching and continued to say "I won't have people fighting at my Glastonbury." before revealing they would have to rush the rest of their set as there was a "very special guest up next...It's not Dolly Parton...or Metallica." the band joked.

It was in fact Metronomy who were due to carry on the run of secret sets. Walking out in matching outfits shortly after 9.15pm, the band received an extremely warm welcome as they dived in to material from their back catalogue and their latest album. Their set list consisted of:

Radio Ladio
Love Letter
Everything Goes My Way
The Look
I'm Aquarius
The Upsetter
The Bay

This was all sandwiched together by several statements from Joe Mount, frontman of Metronomy, who described songs such as The Look as a song about Dolly Parton.

It is unknown yet whether anymore secret sets took place last night. However, the stars of the music industry have started to descend on to the fields of Worthy Farm as the first day of scheduled gigs at Glastonbury is ready to start.

 It has already been revealed that Kaiser Chiefs will play their secret set today at 11am.