Rain can't dampen Grace's Norwich joy

Published: 26th May 2015

Rain can't dampen Grace's Norwich joy

Not even a heavy downpour could rain on Clean Bandit's parade at the weekend.

The group played on through the wet weather at Norwich's Earlham Park on Sunday, May 24. Leading the way was Grace Chatto, who looked typically dramatic in a black ensemble with fishnet tights .

She called Norwich "special", "lovely" and "amazing" as she spoke to Newsbeat reporters after exiting the stage at Radio 1's Big Weekend.

Fellow members of the electronic four-piece band, Luke and Jack Patterson and Milan Neil Amin-Smith also braved the rain to finish the set.

The Rather Be and Mozart's House stars were joined on Sunday's main stage by Olly Murs, George Ezra, Rita Ora and Foo Fighters.

The latter's Dave Grohl said they were dedicating one song, Congregation, to fellow main stage performer Taylor Swift. Grohl joked that he was "officially obsessed" with the Blank Space singer.

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