Glastonbury is going down in the UK right this very moment and it's getting us super excited about a festival closer to home that's happening in less than a month, Splendour In The Grass.

Tame Impala headlined the Other Stage on Worthy Farm on Friday night, playing tracks from most-recent album Currents, and teasing new music in Borderlines and Patience.

If you're wondering what a Splendour headline set from Kevin Parker and co might sound like, check out the setlist below, taken from

List of People (To Try and Forget About) (Played from tape)

Let It Happen


Led Zeppelin

The Moment

Mind Mischief




Why Won't You Make Up Your Mind?

Feels Like We Only Go Backwards

Yes I'm Changing



Apocalypse Dreams


Mutant Gossip (Played from tape)

The Less I Know The Better 

New Person, Same Old Mistakes

You can watch footage from the set by following the link here.

Tame Impala aren't the only Aussie act making themselves at home over at Glasto though. Longtime Perth pals Pond also took to the stage, impressing with psychedelic cuts from most recent long-player, Tasmania. Stella Donnelly, The Cat Empire and Sampa The Great are also set to play over the weekend. 

Check out footage of Pond from BBC below.

Australian icon Kylie Minogue will also play the 'Legends slot' on Sunday 30 June. 

"It will be 14 years since I was originally meant to appear there and so much has happened up to now," Minogue wrote on Twitter when it was announced.

"I can’t wait to see you all there to share this special show."

Splendour In The Grass
North Byron Parklands, Wooyung