For one long weekend every summer, in a field of 200,000 people, you can be whoever you want, even if that person is incredibly sunburnt and hungover.
"Will they be the same? We don’t really know. I hope to god they will be. If we have a vaccine, we’ll all be laughing our tits off!”
Yeeaahhh you know you gotta inject this wholesome Glastonbury content, thank you.
"More drugs. Haha, no – water. Or avocado on toast. My best hangover cure: not drinking in the first place."
"I charge different amounts to different people. If you're a complete knob, I'll take the piss."
But do festival organisers genuinely want to use their resources to change the world for the better? Or is it simply a matter of marketing?
"I go on it and there's nothing but people saying mean things" :(
After the party comes the night terrors.
The BBC Radio session from last week's Glastonbury has the London-born artist returning to 'A Seat at the Table,' which he contributed to last year.
"There’s never enough water, no matter how many times you go. And remember, nobody ever wants to be a dick."