The lineup for this year's Glastonbury Festival is an absolute beast. Neil Young, Bruce and a reunited Blur are headlining over two dozen bands that could headline just about any other festival. It's scary good. But according to the Guardian, the historically muddy affair might be even muddier this year. The festival's website is predicting that weather conditions for the 25-29 will be "a tad hot, rainy and windy," a set of adjectives which one might say are a meteorological tad in line with the monsoons that "sweep across Europe each June."
Kate Moss is brainstorming some fierce outfits right about now.