Queens Of The Stone Age have gone viral for all the right reasons after their epic set at Glastonbury 2023 on Sunday night (June 25).
Josh Homme and co’s performance drew in a fizzing crowd and some f**king electric energy, despite performing at the same time as Elton John - who’s headlining set ended up being one of the most-watched Glasto sets ever.
QOTSA ripped through an insane 16-song setlist - which you can check out below - but it was their closing song ‘A Song For The Dead’ that caught the attention of the internet.
A two-minute clip uploaded online shows fans circle-pitting as the song begins, before Homme reels them in from peaking before the song does.
“Wait a minute, I haven’t done shit yet! Stop for a second! Stop! I haven’t done shit. I run this f*cking place, you don’t go until I say go," Homme says.
Following Homme’s orders, the crowd chills out a bit for a second, before the riff and drums kick in and the crowd erupts again.
It’s pretty epic to see, have a watch below.
Plus check out their performance of ‘No One Knows’ below.
Queens Of The Stone Age Glastonbury 2023 Setlist (Setlist.FM) -
Smile (Peggy Lee song)
Go With the Flow
The Lost Art of Keeping a Secret
My God Is the Sun
If I Had a Tail
The Evil Has Landed
Make It Wit Chu (With Rolling Stones’ ‘Miss You’ interlude)
The Way You Used to Do
In The Fade
God Is in the Radio
No One Knows
A Song for the Dead
Jay and Dunc had a yarn with Josh Homme recently, where they chatted about QOTSA’s new album In Times New Roman, and Homme told us he was ‘frustrated’ that the band only went to Auckland when they were over here in 2017.