Opened by an angelic Naima Bock, the festival got off to a good (albeit slightly delayed) start. Her folk-inflected Brazilian-inspired music gave an ambience of lightness in the bright atmosphere of the festival, floating on the cloud of her clear voice. Next up on our agenda was experimentalist Nuha Ruby Rah whose self-assured, don’t give a fuck screams pumped up the Village Underground tent. Slapping hits of guitar and driving drumbeats equally suited to some kind of late night afterparty proved revitalising in the afternoon sun as people swelled to Nuha Ruby Rah’s wails. Far more uplifting than her tracks isolated on Spotify the crowd really amplified the chaotic energy of her music. An unmissable set that overshadowed tamer performers like Los Bitchos later in the day.