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Frazer

Since the dawn of time, men and women have gathered their runes and cloaks, set up round the campfire and entered the fourth dimension to the beat of a handmade drum. In this day and age, festivals have become the place for the fast paced ephemera of modern day life to be shed and the crusty inner wizard to be channelled. Anything is possible when the nights are longer than the day and the sun sets low over twenty thousand party animals singing the same song. Festivals are, and always have been, about optimism, about genuine group gatherings, about taking a walk through the mud to the wild side, about taking your posse and getting down and dirty with them. Whatever or whoever you do, just remember to look good doing it! Gearing up for Glastonbury 2014 we look back at the hotties who set up camp in Somerset 2008...

"Frazer from Milton Keynes is shunning the normal festival garms for some grey Nike tracksuit bottoms and T-shirt, and instead of a kooky festival hat, he’s wearing a baseball cap. Frazer sums up the mood of his friends as loud, and in this crowd, they need to be."