Radiohead’s ‘modified bear’ logo appears in Glastonbury field

The mysterious ‘crop circles’ were spotted by eagled-eyed viewers of the BBC’s Worthy Farm webcam last night

With tickets completely sold out for next year’s Glastonbury, and with not a single act confirmed, fans are speculating over the possibility that Radiohead might be this year’s headliners. The rumours started to swell last night when eagle-eyed views of the BBC’s Worthy Farm webcam noticed a strange symbol strongly resembling Radiohead’s ‘modified bear’ logo had appeared in the grass in front of the Pyramid Stage.

It has been 5 years since Radiohead played Glastonbury and 13 years since they last headlined back in 2003 so naturally people are getting pretty excited. Check out images of the field below and tune in to the BBC’s webcam here.