Travel Diary: True Vibenation take us to UK’s iconic Glastonbury Festival

It’s been a whirlwind few weeks for Sydney based production trio True Vibenation. Upon landing in the UK ahead of their appearance at Glastonbury Festival and debut Europe Tour, their new song ‘The World Is Ours’ started gathering some serious steam, peaking at #1 on Spotify’s Viral chart for the UK and #4 globally. The stage was set for their barnstorming show at Glastonbury Festival and the trio delivered on their reputation, drawing one of the biggest crowds of the day on their stage and whipping the crowd in to a frenzy.

While there, the group took some pics of their adventures which they’re sharing with us exclusively here. Enjoy this look back on their adventures at one of the world’s most iconic festivals:


And it Begins…3AM at Sydney Airport setting off for our first ever Europe Tour

Gumboots and Mud

They told us about the Mud but nothing could have prepared us for the Mess that lay ahead before us.

In Full Effect

What you may not realise about this shot is that it’s a Miracle we weren’t covered in mud.

With Crowd

The Show was LIVE and the crowd was awesome.Perfect way to kick off the tour!

True Vibenation and OKA

Catching up backstage with our Brothers from OKA, We used to play in a Band with Jules doing a residency at Kings Cross Hotel ‘Started from the Bottom now were here-haha’

Moody Before

Moody Before

Moody After

…And Moody After.

Estere in Action

We had Sunday off and Stumbled fellow Australian (Shes really Kiwi but we’ll claim her)  Estere smashing her set!

Stone Henge

We couldn’t do the drive back to London from Glastonbury without visiting Stone Henge.

Sunset Over Glastonbury

What a Festival! A temporary city full of people descending on a Farm in Glastonbury and turning it into a music filled party wonderland. Fucking fantastic. Glastonbury we love you.

Find out more about the band and listen to their new single over on their Facebook Page


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