V Fest: Sunday
Our man on the scene reviews the best of Sunday's line-up...
After gorging on main stage acts on Saturday, Sunday was all about exploring the rest of what V had to offer.
Gomez showcasing tunes from their album 'How We Operate' and the forthcoming As and Bs album 'Five Men In A Hut' were stand-out moments and the audience sing-along to 'Get Myself Arrested' was spine-tingling; the gang were on fine form and the crowd loved it. It's a welcome return to the festival circuit for the Gomez boys.
Back at the main stage Faithless - one of the best festival bands ever - didn't disappoint.
Playing to a packed field and rolling out dance floor anthems such as 'Insomnia' and 'God Is a DJ', the old masters had no problems whipping the crowd into a dancing frenzy.
Both Morrissey and Razorlight headlined the main stages but we took up the offer of watching The Cooper Temple Clause and their own brand of driving synth-rock.
They were an inspired choice for last band of the evening, bringing to the mix a healthy dollop of rock and roll.
By the time they finished their (too short) set with 'Panzer Attack' they had the entire crowd writhing to the techno beat, a perfect ending to a spectacular festival.