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The 10 acts you need to see at Glastonbury this year

The headliner announcements - Coldplay, Muse and Adele - may have wrongfooted a few people, but seasoned fans know that Glastonbury is about so much more than the Pyramid Stage.

The first taste of the rest of the lineup emerged this morning, and there's already a plethora of acts, young and old, new and classic alike, to start getting excited about.

We've picked our top 10 to watch from the acts so far - be that in glorious sunshine, swamp-like mud, or just on your telly in the comfort of your front room.

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