Watch The Streets mix Black Sabbath’s ‘Iron Man’ with ‘Has It Come To This’ at Glastonbury 2024

During their performance at Glastonbury 2024, The Streets paid homage to fellow iconic Birmingham band, Black Sabbath – watch footage below.

During their Saturday (June 29) set on the Other Stage, the band blended the ominous sounds of metal classic ‘Iron Man’ with lyrics from their ‘Original Pirate Material’ track ‘Has It Come To This’.

Skinner was playfully interacting with the crowd as riffs played out, chucking up devil horns and headbanging and they transitioned into an explosive rendition of ‘Fit But You Know It’.

Throughout the performance, Skinner was joking with the audience and joining them in the crowd, with many fans then taking to social media to declare their set was a highlight of the weekend.


Master Peace, who Skinner brought out for ‘Wrong Answers Only’ was among those reacting online, taking to X/Twitter to say: “Played Glastonbury yesterday, with the streets, what a time to be alive …”

Other fans commented that the band were: “Utter chaos, utter class,” and “the highlight of Glastonbury so far”. Check out more fan reactions and a full setlist below:


The Streets at Glastonbury 2024 played:

‘Turn The Page’
‘Who’s Got the Bag’
‘Let’s Push Things Forward’
‘Don’t Mug Yourself’
‘Could Well Be In’
‘Has It Come to This?’
‘I Wish You Loved You as Much as You Love Him’
‘Wrong Answers Only’ (with Master Peace)
‘On the Edge of a Cliff’
‘Weak Become Heroes’
‘Mike (Desert Island Duvet)’
‘Fit But You Know It’
‘Dry Your Eyes’
‘Blinded by the Lights’
‘Take Me as I Am’

The Streets recently released a contemplative new single titled ‘End Of The Queue’, released as part of their ‘Fabric Presents…’ mix.

The 31-track mix for the iconic London club’s 25th-anniversary celebrations, and includes  ‘Desert Island Duvet (Skinner’s Version)’ with Fred Again.. and Dermot Kennedy.