Earlier this week Tim Burgess posted cryptic hints about the band playing a secret set at Glastonbury and now those rumours have been confirmed.
The Charlatans Biography
The Charlatans are one of the UK's most loved indie rock bands.
Formed in 1989 by bassist Martin Blunt, the band became synonymous with the Madchester scene. Having undergone numerous personnel changes over the years, 2013 saw the passing of drummer Jon Brookes. The band were joined in tribute at the Royal Albert Hall by James Dean Bradfield, Liam Gallagher and members of the Vaccines and New Order in a tribute gig.
Iconic groups The Charlatans and Echo & The Bunnymen have joined the bill for this summer's V Festival.
Tim Burgess talks to XFM's Danielle Perry about how the band got over tragedy by making sunny new album Modern Nature.
The Charlatans came in to talk to John Kennedy about their great new album You Cross My Path.
Blur, The Prodigy, The Black Keys, Fleetwood Mac and more headed over the Solent to kick off the festival season. Take a look at the action.
XFM looks at 1999, the year of Flat Eric, Showbiz, The Man Who, Moby and Gay Dad.
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Eleven festivals you can go to now that Glastonbury's been and gone
Still got the blues because you didn't go to Glastonbury. Never mind, XFM has a selection of other events across the country (and Europe) that you can still get in on this summer.
Morrissey Announces Autumn UK Shows
The former Smiths man is returning to British shores for a few dates in September.
LISTEN: The Libertines Share New Song Gunga Din
The track is taken from the new album Anthems For Doomed Youth.
Guns N' Roses: We've Recorded Enough Music For Two Albums
The band's guitarist Richard Fortus says they've compiled enough recorded tracks for at least two new records - but added he has no idea what Axl Rose wants to do with the music.