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The latest addition to James Blake‘s quickly-growing live footage archive is his recent appearance at the Glastonbury Festival in Somerset, England in support of this year’s Overgrown.  Following festival live-streams from Primavera, Coachella and Electronic Beats (not to mention the live-stream of his album release show at London’s Heaven and an NPR-filmed recording of his April show at the 9:30 Club) the electronic singer-songwriter / post-dubstep producer’s hour-long Glastonbury set hits on tracks from Overgrown, Blake’s 2011 self-titled debut, his 2010 CMYK EP and an early single.  Watching all of the live footage on Blake’s YouTube channel will probably leave you wanting to see him play in person – luckily he’ll be at Union Transfer on November 4th.  Tickets and information can be found here.  Stream the full set from Glastonbury below.

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