Lincoln band The Pylons to play at Glastonbury Festival

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Lincoln Indie-Pop band The Pylons are to feature on the BBC Introducing stage at Glastonbury on Saturday, June 25.

They were nominated for selection by local BBC Introducing radio presenter, Dean Jackson, and selected by a panel of BBC National Radio DJs and Producers.

The BBC stage is a highly visible platform, where major acts such as Ed Sheeran, Two Door Cinema Club, Jake Bugg and others have previously performed on this stage before moving on to bigger things.

The Pylons, made up of Barney Alexander, Joey Walker, Phil Gale, Joe Davies and Alex Dalton, who formed in 2013, will play a 25 minute set at 5pm on Saturday afternoon.

The show will be available to watch on the BBC website.

Photo: The Pylons Facebook page

Photo: The Pylons

Glastonbury will mark a significant step up for the band and put their music on a pedestal to a wider audience.

This announcement coincides with the completion and release of their debut EP ‘Pictures Of The Past’, which can be found on their Soundcloud .

The Pylons have also announced that they have been selected by established band Scouting For Girls to play a set at BSTK festival in essex in July.

A warm-up gig will be held at the West End Tap pub on Newland Street West in Lincoln on Saturday, June 18.

For more information about the The Pylons, including details about their new music and upcoming gigs, visit their Facebook Page.

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