Queens Of The Stone Age took to the stage on the final night of Glastonbury 2023 this Sunday (June 25), and delivered one of the most explosive sets of the entire festival. The set marked their first performance at Worthy Farm since 2002, and saw them play hits such as ‘No One Knows’ and ‘Go With The Flow’.It was the closing track of the 16-song set that proved to be the highlight of the show, however, as Josh Homme and co. broke out a rendition of ‘Song For The Dead’.

Despite clashing with Elton John’s headline set at the Pyramid Stage — which was one of the most watched Glastonbury sets of all time — the US rock veterans managed to pull an impressive crowd, who came together to mosh over the 2002 hit. Now, footage of the moment has gone viral online, and proven to be one of the most energetic moments of the 2023 instalment.In the footage, fans are seen forming a circle pit as the song begins, with the frontman soon stopping everyone from getting into the song too early. “Wait a minute, I haven’t done shit yet!” he says. “Stop for a second! Stop! I haven’t done shit. I run this fucking place – you don’t go until I say ‘Go’.”